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Short Stay Hotels- 2 hours of sleep and move on out!

Just incase you did a search for this place, The Kew Motor Inn is the same as Kew Motor Inn.
now. hmm hmmm hmmm

what are you doing looking up this joint huh?

for that matter, what am i doing writing about this joint?

This joint is always packed. There are always a bunch of cars parked out in the private lot and sometimes, dare i say, it can be hard to get a parking spot!

if your friends don t mind a little bit of travel, this place is perrrrfect for a costume birthday party!* Why bother decorating your apartment some Safari theme when theres a hotel room that has already done it for you?
or do you prefer Arabian Nights theme? how about something more futuristic with mirrors and reflecting glass everywhere?

well, you can also bring in your fancy someone-someone and have a few hours of fun too. **

yes, they do charge at an hourly rate. and yes, minors are not allowed (ID is checked)***

its clean and super sanitized. good luck getting a room on Valentines Day!

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*of course this is the reason why I went there. Isnt it the same reason you re going there too?
** I thought so. Go on and book the Arabian Room. Your special friend will like it.
***Safety is important! of course it goes to show that mayyyybeeee you might run into rather unsavory folks in the hallways. But at least you know that burly, scary, puffed-up-chest-haired man is over 18!

Just incase you did a search for this place, The Kew Motor Inn is the same as Kew Motor Inn.
now. hmm hmmm hmmm

what are you doing looking up this joint huh?

for that matter, what am i doing writing about this joint?

This joint is always packed. There are always a bunch of cars parked out in the private lot and sometimes, dare i say, it can be hard to get a parking spot!

if your friends don t mind a little bit of travel, this place is perrrrfect for a costume birthday party!* Why bother decorating your apartment some Safari theme when theres a hotel room that has already done it for you?
or do you prefer Arabian Nights theme? how about something more futuristic with mirrors and reflecting glass everywhere?

well, you can also bring in your fancy someone-someone and have a few hours of fun too. **

yes, they do charge at an hourly rate. and yes, minors are not allowed (ID is checked)***

its clean and super sanitized. good luck getting a room on Valentines Day!

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*of course this is the reason why I went there. Isnt it the same reason you re going there too?
** I thought so. Go on and book the Arabian Room. Your special friend will like it.
***Safety is important! of course it goes to show that mayyyybeeee you might run into rather unsavory folks in the hallways. But at least you know that burly, scary, puffed-up-chest-haired man is over 18!

Did you try driving up north to Kew Motor Inn and it was full? and. you and your special friend could nt wait half an hour? Well, then come on down Grand Central and stay here at the fabulous Par-Central Motor Inn for 3 hours!

yes, it does charge at an hourly rate. safe and discreet, this place is a serious joint.

The parking lot is big, the rooms are clean and spacious and there always seems to be a bunch of cars parked here. Hm. i guess business is good.

No themed rooms here. This place is strictly business as its. not really close to a convention center. or the airport.
So good, because you won t find your Arabian Nights theme here. But you can find the Bleached and Sanitized 8 Times A Day theme here.

Did you try driving up north to Kew Motor Inn and it was full? and. you and your special friend could nt wait half an hour? Well, then come on down Grand Central and stay here at the fabulous Par-Central Motor Inn for 3 hours!

yes, it does charge at an hourly rate. safe and discreet, this place is a serious joint.

The parking lot is big, the rooms are clean and spacious and there always seems to be a bunch of cars parked here. Hm. i guess business is good.

No themed rooms here. This place is strictly business as its. not really close to a convention center. or the airport.
So good, because you won t find your Arabian Nights theme here. But you can find the Bleached and Sanitized 8 Times A Day theme here.

its still cheap, but for the neighborhood, I was expecting cheaper.

I dont really like this place. Its cheap for the neighborhood, but the service sucks.

The rooms arent very special. Not terribly spacious and also not too small. For some odd odd reason the hotel doesnt turn on the heat. in winter. If you re freezing your toes off, call the front desk and ask for more blankets.

and yes. there are many ways to order a room. Hourly* and nightly are both available. mmmhmmmmmmmm

*if you order by the hour, then expect the service to be stingy and a tad mean. oh they ll bring you that blanket. two minutes before your hour session is over and your nether regions have officially frozen off

** but dont expect some awesome themed rooms. none of that good stuff available. look elsewhere for the spiderman room.

its still cheap, but for the neighborhood, I was expecting cheaper.

I dont really like this place. Its cheap for the neighborhood, but the service sucks.

The rooms arent very special. Not terribly spacious and also not too small. For some odd odd reason the hotel doesnt turn on the heat. in winter. If you re freezing your toes off, call the front desk and ask for more blankets.

and yes. there are many ways to order a room. Hourly* and nightly are both available. mmmhmmmmmmmm

*if you order by the hour, then expect the service to be stingy and a tad mean. oh they ll bring you that blanket. two minutes before your hour session is over and your nether regions have officially frozen off

** but dont expect some awesome themed rooms. none of that good stuff available. look elsewhere for the spiderman room.





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Hours & Admission Open every day except Tuesday


Following the terror attacks in Paris on November 13, 2015, the Louvre is strictly applying the security measures decided by the French authorities to ensure the safety of our visitors.
It is strongly recommanded not to bring suitcases and luggage to the museum. Only luggage not exceeding 55 cm x 35 cm x 20 cm will be accepted. Please accept our apologies for the inconvenience and delay which may be caused by the extra security checks at the entrance.
In the event of an incident, visitors must vacate the danger zone, alert our security staff and follow their instructions. Visitors may be confined or evacuated to a secure area while waiting for the police to arrive.

Opening hours

Monday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday: from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Wednesday, Friday: from 9 a.m. to 9:45 p.m.
Closed on Tuesdays
Rooms begin closing 30 minutes before museum closing time.

Admission on Sunday

From October to March. access to the permanent collections is free for all visitors on the first Sunday of each month.

Entrances to the museum

Pyramid and Galerie du Carrousel entrances. open every day (except Tuesday) from 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays; and from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Passage Richelieu entrance. open every day (except Tuesday) from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays)
Porte des Lions entrance. this entrance may be closed for technical reasons. Please contact us the day before your visit at +33 (0)1 40 20 53 17.

Opening of the museum on French public holidays

Public holidays in 2016

Museum open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.*





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    Polytech Montpellier #polytech, #polytech #montpellier, #polytechmontpellier, #ecole #d’ingenieur, #école #d’ingénieurs, #école #ingénieurs,


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    NOUVELLE PLATEFORME RECRUTEMENT

    Polytech en partenariat avec Job Teaser

    Le réseau POLYTECH se dote d’une nouvelle plateforme de recrutement à destination de ses 15 000 élèves-ingénieurs. Les étudiants pourront y retrouver toutes les offres de stage ciblées qui correspondent à leur profil et à leurs critères de recherche.

    Job Teaser permet d’accéder à des offres de stages, d’alternance, de VIE. Avec le filtre “Polytech”, des offres exclusivement réservées aux élèves ingénieurs Polytech s’affichent.

    Conservez cette adresse. Cette adresse sera valable tout au long de votre vie professionnelle et vous permettra de maintenir un lien avec l’école.

    Se connecter à Job Teaser

    En cas de difficulté, contacter Jérémy Vacquié. responsable des Relations industrielles.

    Table ronde sur la fabrication additive © N. Seling

    5e soirée des partenaires

    Sur le thème de la fabrication additive (3D)

    Jeudi 29 juin a eu lieu la cinquième Soirée des partenaires de l’école, organisée par le service des Relations industrielles. L’événement a rassemblé environ quatre-vingt personnes, industriels, représentants du secteur économique régional, universitaires et étudiants.

    Une table-ronde, animée par Fabien SOULIÉ, enseignant-chercheur, a abordé le thème de « La fabrication additive dans les applications industrielles, citoyennes, de la recherche et de la formation ».

    Stéphane ABED, président de la société Poly shape, Yann LEFEBVRE, président du FabLab « LabSud », André CHRYSOCHOOS, directeur du centre PRO3D et Christian JORGENSEN, professeur au CHU de Montpellier et directeur de l’unité INSERM “Cellules souches, plasticité cellulaire, médecine régénératrice et immunothérapies”, sont intervenus pour partager leurs expériences et échanger sur les applications de ces technologies.

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    Les présentations ont aussi su faire ressortir toutes les étapes de la démarche de conception, de dimensionnement et d’optimisation, préalables à la phase d’impressionproprement dite ” ajoute André Chrysochoos, concluant que “la fabrication additive est apparue aux participants comme une solution complémentaire aux techniques classiques de fabrication, mais possédant ses propres limites “.

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    Affordable Self Storage in Hampton, VA #affordable #self #storage, #reviews, #ratings, #recommendations,


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    Affordable Self Storage

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    6 locations to serve you6 va locations to serve youavailable-boxes andceilings-truckscobbs creek shacklefordcontrolled unites-highgloucester matthews hampton poquoson safe-clean-climatethe friendlier morethe friendlier more affordable alternative 223910attr:climate controlledstorage household & commercial

    Posted on May 08, 2015. Brought to you by localcom.

    Affordable Storage Inc is located at the address 1635 W Pembroke Ave Ste A in Hampton, Virginia 23661. They can be contacted via phone at (757) 723-6551 for pricing, hours and directions.

    Affordable Storage Inc has an annual sales volume of 0 – 500K. For more information contact Dan Bolkhel, Owner or go to www.affordablestorageva.com

    Affordable Storage Inc provides Dry Storage Units, Self.

    Posted on September 02, 2014. Brought to you by chamberofcommerce.

    We offer self storage to keep your personal items safe while you are moving, haveing work done to the house, TDY, or just need a place to put your access items till you can make room for them. We are open 7 days a week and will stay later if needed to assist with your move in. We are the friendlier more affordable storage company.

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    Posted by Anonymous on June 30, 2009. Brought to you by merchantcircle.

    Average Rating 20

    I rented a unit for one month back in July 2007. As of today, March 4, 2008, I have not received my $10.00 deposit. I have spoken to them several times. I will not stop until I get my money. Are there others who have not gotten their deposit?

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    Affordable Storage can be found at W Pembroke Ave 1635. The following is offered: Warehouse Storage. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Hampton there are 6 other Warehouse Storage. An overview can be found here.

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    Dallas Electrical Supply – Commercial Lighting Supplier #dallas #electrical #supply, #fort #worth


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    Graybar Dallas

    Hello and welcome to Graybar Dallas! This is only one of Graybar s locations in North America. If you are looking for commercial lighting supplier in the Dallas area, Graybar has all of the products and solutions you need! We truly make an effort to listen to all of your needs and find solutions for you in a friendly and timely manner. Our success is based on the success of the manufacturers we work with, but also and more importantly on our customers. It is important to us that each and every one of our customers is able to approach their project with the necessary tools, supplies and services, and that s where we come into help.

    It is also important to us to continue to offer professional support to our customers throughout their project. This commitment to customer services is part of why Graybar has become one of the leading commercial lighting suppliers in the Dallas area.

    It s our top-of-the-line commercial lighting services and products, paired with our dedication to customer satisfaction that puts on the map. We provide lighting maintenance and professional turnkey lighting upgrades, in addition to retrofit, rollout and remodel programs.

    If you re spending too much money on your energy bill, or if you re concerned about how big your company s carbon footprint is, it might be time for you to upgrade your lighting. A world-class lighting installation by Graybar and our manufacturers will do more than just save you money and address environmental concerns; it will also add value to your business.

    Graybar Dallas has a variety of different types of lighting equipment and electrical supplies for you to browse through and choose from for your next project. We have an extremely knowledgeable team of commercial light suppliers and manufacturers who can assist you throughout the duration of the installation. If you are interested in beginning a project or have questions on one you may have already started, contact a local representative.

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    During the Opportunity Walk, one of the location s biggest frustrations was uncovered the procurement process. With access to more than 450,000 products, real-time customer pricing and availability, and quote request options, ShopGraybar has successfully helped to simplify the location s procurement process.

    After switching lighting from CFL to LED, the corporate campus expects to save approximately 261,513 kWh (or $20,290) annually in energy costs, or approximately $43,230 annually in total energy and maintenance savings. The estimated payback period is about three years and has sparked interest for additional upgrades.

    Utilizing Pelco and FLIR automation solutions, testing of pressure pumping equipment used in hydraulic fracturing is now done from a control center outside the blast-proof enclosure.


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    Metro Central: Garbage, recycling, hazardous waste disposal

    wood waste*
    minimum $24 fee up to the first 380 pounds

    Wood waste loads can include only raw dimensional lumber, pallets or packing crates free of paint, stain and other treatments and free of strapping, shrink wrap, shipping labels and hardware (nails OK). Loads with engineered wood (plywood, oriented strand board, particle board), laminated wood and paneling, and painted, treated, stained or varnished wood will be charged at garbage rates.

    yard debris*
    minimum $24 fee up to the first 380 pounds

    Loads charged as yard debris can include leaves, brush, limbs (fruit on limbs OK), grass clippings, branches and stumps no larger than 18 inches. Dirt, sod and rocks cannot be included.

    wood waste *
    minimum $19 fee up to the first 380 pounds

    Wood waste loads can include only raw dimensional lumber, pallets or packing crates free of paint, stain and other treatments and free of strapping, shrink wrap, shipping labels and hardware (nails OK). Loads with engineered wood (plywood, oriented strand board, particle board), laminated wood and paneling, and painted, treated, stained or varnished wood will be charged at garbage rates.

    yard debris *
    minimum $19 fee up to the first 380 pounds

    Loads charged as yard debris can include leaves, brush, limbs (fruit on limbs OK), grass clippings, branches and stumps no larger than 18 inches. Dirt, sod and rocks cannot be included.

    residential yard debris and food scrapsmixed
    minimum $23 fee up to the first 380 pounds

    What is hazardous?

    • paints and stains
    • pool and spa chemicals
    • pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers and poisons
    • motor oil, antifreeze and other automotive fluids
    • thinners and solvents
    • household cleaners and disinfectants
    • batteries
    • art and hobby chemicals
    • aerosol spray products
    • sharps (medical syringes)
    • propane tanks or bottles from barbecue grills
    • compact fluorescent light bulbs or CFLs, fluorescent tubes and ballasts
    • mercury-containing items such as thermometers and thermostats

    Household hazardous waste fees

    $5 for up to 35 gallons of hazardous waste, and $5 for each additional 35 gallons. Additional charges for containers larger than 10 gallons.

    Disposing of hazardous waste

    Never put hazardous waste down the sink, on the ground, down a storm drain or in your garbage can. Bring items to one of Metro’s drop-off sites or a neighborhood collection event. Metro recycles most of the hazardous waste it collects and disposes of the rest in a specially designed landfill. Keep these items separate from garbage and recycling.

    Drop off old paint free of charge at a Metro facility or a PaintCare collection center. Metro recycles latex paint and sells it in 5-gallon pails and 1-gallon cans.

    Search Metro’s online database for other hazardous waste disposal options near you.

    If you live in Oregon outside Clackamas, Multnomah or Washington counties, call 1-800-RECYCLE (1-800-732-9253) for household hazardous waste information in your community.

    Ways to pay

    Payment options

    • Cash accepted.
    • Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and debit cards with the Visa logo with a valid signature accepted from the card holder only.
    • Personal checks accepted with a valid identification card that matches the check, including address.

    Certified businesses that have been in business for at least one year can open a transfer station credit account .

    Find out if your small business qualifies for low-cost hazardous waste disposal through Metro.

    Accepted for free

    Items accepted for free at Metro Central

    Note. The list below is not a complete list of everything accepted at Metro’s garbage, recycling and hazardous waste disposal sites. Search your items in Metro’s online database for more complete information on rates and items accepted. Items below are accepted as recycling unless otherwise noted.

    How to prep or other notes

    Appliances. Metal dishwashers, water heaters, stoves, ovens and clothes washers and dryers.

    Appliances that run on coolant are not accepted free of charge. Search those items in the online database for more info. Dishwashers with a plastic casing are not accepted for free.

    Batteries. Auto and other lead-acid batteries. No forklift batteries.

    Secure any leaking batteries in leak-proof containers. Keep separate from garbage and recycling.

    Corrugated cardboard (a wavy layer between two flat layers)

    Flatten cardboard boxes and cut up any boxes larger than three feet in any direction. Do not cut them any smaller than 1 foot square.

    Glass bottles and jars

    Rinse and sort by color; recycle caps with tin cans.

    Magazines and catalogues

    Metal, scrap. Most metal accepted, including coated cables.

    Neatly rolled wire fencing may be accepted for recycling. If the fencing is attached to non-recyclable things like wood fence posts, sod, or garbage the fencing will not be accepted free of charge.

    You can recycle up to 20 gallons in 5-gallon or smaller containers free of charge. Take up to 35 gallons to the hazardous waste facility for $5. Containers must be left at the facility.

    Mowers (lawn; non-riding), gas-powered

    Drain of all oil and gasoline.


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    Craig J. Duchossois, MBA

    Mr. Craig J. Duchossois is Independent Director at Churchill Downs, Inc. Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at Trinity Rail Group LLC, Chief Executive Officer & Director at The Duchossois Group, Inc. a Principal at Duchossois Technology Partners LLC, Chief Executive Officer at TCMC, Inc. a Member at World Presidents’ Organization, a Member at Economic Club of Chicago, Chairman at The Chamberlain Group, Inc. a Principal at Duchossois Capital Partners LLC, Managing Member at HeathCo LLC, and a Member at Chief Executive Officers’ Club of Boston.

    He is on the Board of Directors at Churchill Downs, Inc. The Duchossois Group, Inc. World Business Chicago, The Culver Educational Foundation, The University of Chicago, The University of Chicago Medical Center, Illinois Institute of Technology, Northwestern University, The Executives Club of Chicago, AMX Corp. Milestone AV Technologies, Inc. The Chicago Council on Global Affairs, AMX UK Ltd. Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, AMX LLC, Amsted Industries, Inc. and Kellogg School of Management.

    Mr. Duchossois was previously employed as Independent Director by Levy Acquisition Corp. a Board Member by LaSalle National Bank, Chairman by United States Naval Academy, and a Principal by United States Marine Corps.

    He also served on the board at Platinum Entertainment, Inc. Blue Rhino Corp. and Trinity Industries, Inc.

    He received his undergraduate degree from Southern Methodist University and an MBA from Southern Methodist University.

    Current positions of Craig J. Duchossois, MBA

    Chief Executive Officer

    The Chamberlain Group, Inc.

    Duchossois Capital Management LLC

    Amsted Industries, Inc.

    The Duchossois Group, Inc.

    Chief Executive Officer & Director

    Milestone AV Technologies, Inc.

    The University of Chicago Medical Center

    Illinois Institute of Technology

    The University of Chicago

    World Business Chicago

    The Executives Club of Chicago

    The Chicago Council on Global Affairs

    The Culver Educational Foundation

    Edgewater Funds LP

    Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation

    Kellogg School of Management

    Duchossois Technology Partners LLC

    World Presidents’ Organization

    Economic Club of Chicago

    Duchossois Capital Partners LLC

    Chief Executive Officers’ Club of Boston

    Holdings of Craig J. Duchossois, MBA

    Craig J. Duchossois, MBA: Personal Network

    Churchill Downs, Inc.
    Duchossois Capital Partners LLC
    The Duchossois Group, Inc.
    Milestone AV Technologies, Inc.
    TCMC, Inc.
    The Chamberlain Group, Inc.

    Churchill Downs, Inc.
    The Duchossois Group, Inc.
    Milestone AV Technologies, Inc.
    AMX LLC
    The Executives Club of Chicago
    Duchossois Technology Partners LLC
    The Chamberlain Group, Inc.
    Economic Club of Chicago
    AMX Corp.

    Kellogg School of Management
    Northwestern University
    The Executives Club of Chicago
    The Chicago Council on Global Affairs
    Economic Club of Chicago

    The Chicago Council on Global Affairs
    Northwestern University
    Kellogg School of Management
    Economic Club of Chicago
    The Executives Club of Chicago

    The Chicago Council on Global Affairs
    World Business Chicago
    Economic Club of Chicago
    The Executives Club of Chicago

    The Chicago Council on Global Affairs
    The Executives Club of Chicago
    World Business Chicago
    Economic Club of Chicago

    The Chicago Council on Global Affairs
    World Business Chicago
    The Executives Club of Chicago
    Economic Club of Chicago

    Economic Club of Chicago
    World Business Chicago
    The Executives Club of Chicago
    The University of Chicago

    The Duchossois Group, Inc.
    AMX Corp.
    The Culver Educational Foundation

    Economic Club of Chicago
    World Business Chicago
    World Presidents’ Organization
    The University of Chicago
    The Executives Club of Chicago


    Signs of Impending Death a Few Hours Before Death #royal #marine #hotel

    #hospice signs of impending death

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    What are the signs of impending death a few hours before death?

    What are the signs of impending death a few hours before death? Emma’s Story Part 5 will take you there.

    Death is getting close. Hours close. All the signs of impending death are there. This is the final stretch. We are nearly there. Nearly there. Let’s follow Emma and her dying.

    Emma’s Story Part 5:
    A Few Hours Before Death

    By now Emma’s daughter Jane had decided to spend the night in the spare bedroom. She had promised her mom that she would be there. Would be there to see her mother and best friend die.

    Jane had the monitor to give Arthur a good night’s sleep. A monitor to hear Emma while being in another room. All through the night Jane would wake up and listen. She would make sure that she still heard Emma breathing.

    Ever so often she would get up and look. Emma’s eyes were closed. No movement. She was unresponsive. As if in a deep sleep.

    Early in the morning Emma’s breathing changed. She would take a breath in and then stop. Stop for as long as 20 or 30 seconds. No breath.

    Then slowly her body would start reaching for the next breath. Finally the next breath came. Then the breath stopped again. For another 20 to 30 seconds.

    This went on for a few hours. It felt kind of eerie as it was so easy to think: “Oh, this is her last breath.” But it wasn’t yet. Not yet.

    I am available as an inspirational speaker
    about all aspects of death
    including the luminous side of dying
    for both US and international events.
    Click here to find out more about my talks
    and click here to contact me
    .

    This close to death, as in hours away, our bodies are giving us more signs to look for. More symptoms of dying as mile markers on the final journey home. More ways to know that death is near. Very near.

    Emma’s breath, as described above, is called “Cheyne-Stokes” breathing. That kind of breathing consists of inbreaths followed by periods of no breath. Another inbreath. Another pause. Another inbreath. Another pause.

    This kind of breathing can last for many hours. Or just for a short while.

    Here is a list of your typical signs of impending death:

    • Our breathing is becoming more irregular and often slows down.
  • Our eyes might be closed. Or they might be open or half closed, but without actually focusing on anything.

  • Lips and nail beds can look purple or bluish.

  • Fluids may gather at the back of the throat, resulting in what sometimes is called the “death rattle”. It does not appear to disturb us when we are dying. But it can sound awkward for those sitting close by.

  • Our hands and feet may look blotchy and purplish (mottled). This mottling can slowly move up the arms and legs.

  • Our hearing seems to be the last sense to go. So talk to us. Tell us that all is well. That we are going home. That you love us. That it is all right for us to die. That it is OK for us to finally go home.
  • And again a reminder: not all signs of impending death show up for all who are dying.

    Emma’s Story Part 5: A Few Hours Before Death Continued

    By this time Emma was surrounded by her husband Arthur and her daughter Jane. One sitting on each side of the hospital bed. They took turns holding her hands.

    They had lit a candle. There were flowers some good friends had brought over on a night stand. The curtains were closed to keep the bright summer sunshine out.

    Every couple of hours one of them would get up to give Emma her next dose of liquid morphine. No need to swallow. The insides of Emma’s mouth just absorbed it. Her face looked easy and relaxed under the circumstances.

    There was a pillow under her knees. Her head was still on her favorite pillow and propped up with the help of the raised head piece of the hospital bed.

    Emma was as comfortable as she could be in these last hours.

    The Gifts of These Last Hours

    These last hours filled with signs of impending death can feel very special. They can be like a moment of hushed silence in the middle of a busy street. Like the sense of wonder just before a sunrise on the ocean. Like a holy moment in church full of imagined angels singing. Like a long prayer deeply soothing us.

    They have a similar quality to the time right after a baby is born. That same feeling. That same sense of wonder.

    As if they are like gateways. Gates to the other side. Gates to our souls.

    As if the veils keeping us here on this earth get lifted around death. As if we can reach across to the other side together with our loved ones who are dying.

    We only visit for a short time. They are the ones going there for good.

    Can you sense the sounds
    touching your heart?

    Are you feeling the call
    reaching for you?

    Do you know the voices
    singing your name in light?

    You are so close
    Dear One
    You are so close





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    End-of-Life Care During the Last Days and Hours #on #hotels

    #end of life care

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    Registered Nurses Association of Ontario
    l’Association des infirmières et infirmiers autorisés de l’Ontario

    End-of-Life Care During the Last Days and Hours

    About this Guideline.

    The purpose of this best practice guideline is to provide evidence-based recommendations for Registered Nurses and Registered Practical Nurses on best nursing practices for end-of-life care during the last days and hours of life. The guideline does not replace consultation with palliative care specialists, who can support nurses to provide quality end-of-life care. The guideline is intended to be a resource to nurses who may not be experts in this practice area. It is acknowledged that individual competencies vary between nurses and across categories of nursing professionals. The inclusion of recommendations on clinical, education, organization and policy topics makes this guideline applicable to nurses in all domains and settings of practice.

    This guideline focuses on recommendations for adults, aged 18 years and older, who have reached the part of the illness trajectory that includes the last days and hours of life. The clinical questions to be addressed by the guideline are:

    1. What knowledge and skills do nurses require to identify and assess individuals and families during the last days and hours of life?
    2. What knowledge, skills and tools do nurses require to support individuals and their families in making informed choices during the last hours and days of life?
    3. What palliative interventions are needed to address the experiences faced by individuals and their families during the last days and hours of life?
    4. What supports are needed to assist nurses in providing high-quality care in the last hours and days of life?

    In developing this guideline, we are mindful that the scope of the guideline does not permit an in-depth review of care of individuals dying from particular illnesses and associated issues. Nor does it allow for a comprehensive examination of all elements included in the CHPCA Domains of Issues. Moreover, the focus of this guideline precludes extensive review of issues pertinent to the provision of hospice palliative care across the trajectory of life-limiting illness (Figure 3). Therefore, the development group selected the most common issues encountered by individuals and their families during the last hours and days of life.

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    Signs of Impending Death a Few Hours Before Death #hospice #and #palliative

    #hospice signs of impending death

    #

    What are the signs of impending death a few hours before death?

    What are the signs of impending death a few hours before death? Emma’s Story Part 5 will take you there.

    Death is getting close. Hours close. All the signs of impending death are there. This is the final stretch. We are nearly there. Nearly there. Let’s follow Emma and her dying.

    Emma’s Story Part 5:
    A Few Hours Before Death

    By now Emma’s daughter Jane had decided to spend the night in the spare bedroom. She had promised her mom that she would be there. Would be there to see her mother and best friend die.

    Jane had the monitor to give Arthur a good night’s sleep. A monitor to hear Emma while being in another room. All through the night Jane would wake up and listen. She would make sure that she still heard Emma breathing.

    Ever so often she would get up and look. Emma’s eyes were closed. No movement. She was unresponsive. As if in a deep sleep.

    Early in the morning Emma’s breathing changed. She would take a breath in and then stop. Stop for as long as 20 or 30 seconds. No breath.

    Then slowly her body would start reaching for the next breath. Finally the next breath came. Then the breath stopped again. For another 20 to 30 seconds.

    This went on for a few hours. It felt kind of eerie as it was so easy to think: “Oh, this is her last breath.” But it wasn’t yet. Not yet.

    I am available as an inspirational speaker
    about all aspects of death
    including the luminous side of dying
    for both US and international events.
    Click here to find out more about my talks
    and click here to contact me
    .

    This close to death, as in hours away, our bodies are giving us more signs to look for. More symptoms of dying as mile markers on the final journey home. More ways to know that death is near. Very near.

    Emma’s breath, as described above, is called “Cheyne-Stokes” breathing. That kind of breathing consists of inbreaths followed by periods of no breath. Another inbreath. Another pause. Another inbreath. Another pause.

    This kind of breathing can last for many hours. Or just for a short while.

    Here is a list of your typical signs of impending death:

    • Our breathing is becoming more irregular and often slows down.
  • Our eyes might be closed. Or they might be open or half closed, but without actually focusing on anything.

  • Lips and nail beds can look purple or bluish.

  • Fluids may gather at the back of the throat, resulting in what sometimes is called the “death rattle”. It does not appear to disturb us when we are dying. But it can sound awkward for those sitting close by.

  • Our hands and feet may look blotchy and purplish (mottled). This mottling can slowly move up the arms and legs.

  • Our hearing seems to be the last sense to go. So talk to us. Tell us that all is well. That we are going home. That you love us. That it is all right for us to die. That it is OK for us to finally go home.
  • And again a reminder: not all signs of impending death show up for all who are dying.

    Emma’s Story Part 5: A Few Hours Before Death Continued

    By this time Emma was surrounded by her husband Arthur and her daughter Jane. One sitting on each side of the hospital bed. They took turns holding her hands.

    They had lit a candle. There were flowers some good friends had brought over on a night stand. The curtains were closed to keep the bright summer sunshine out.

    Every couple of hours one of them would get up to give Emma her next dose of liquid morphine. No need to swallow. The insides of Emma’s mouth just absorbed it. Her face looked easy and relaxed under the circumstances.

    There was a pillow under her knees. Her head was still on her favorite pillow and propped up with the help of the raised head piece of the hospital bed.

    Emma was as comfortable as she could be in these last hours.

    The Gifts of These Last Hours

    These last hours filled with signs of impending death can feel very special. They can be like a moment of hushed silence in the middle of a busy street. Like the sense of wonder just before a sunrise on the ocean. Like a holy moment in church full of imagined angels singing. Like a long prayer deeply soothing us.

    They have a similar quality to the time right after a baby is born. That same feeling. That same sense of wonder.

    As if they are like gateways. Gates to the other side. Gates to our souls.

    As if the veils keeping us here on this earth get lifted around death. As if we can reach across to the other side together with our loved ones who are dying.

    We only visit for a short time. They are the ones going there for good.

    Can you sense the sounds
    touching your heart?

    Are you feeling the call
    reaching for you?

    Do you know the voices
    singing your name in light?

    You are so close
    Dear One
    You are so close





    Signs of Impending Death a Few Hours Before Death #the #lowry #hotel

    #hospice signs of impending death

    #

    What are the signs of impending death a few hours before death?

    What are the signs of impending death a few hours before death? Emma’s Story Part 5 will take you there.

    Death is getting close. Hours close. All the signs of impending death are there. This is the final stretch. We are nearly there. Nearly there. Let’s follow Emma and her dying.

    Emma’s Story Part 5:
    A Few Hours Before Death

    By now Emma’s daughter Jane had decided to spend the night in the spare bedroom. She had promised her mom that she would be there. Would be there to see her mother and best friend die.

    Jane had the monitor to give Arthur a good night’s sleep. A monitor to hear Emma while being in another room. All through the night Jane would wake up and listen. She would make sure that she still heard Emma breathing.

    Ever so often she would get up and look. Emma’s eyes were closed. No movement. She was unresponsive. As if in a deep sleep.

    Early in the morning Emma’s breathing changed. She would take a breath in and then stop. Stop for as long as 20 or 30 seconds. No breath.

    Then slowly her body would start reaching for the next breath. Finally the next breath came. Then the breath stopped again. For another 20 to 30 seconds.

    This went on for a few hours. It felt kind of eerie as it was so easy to think: “Oh, this is her last breath.” But it wasn’t yet. Not yet.

    I am available as an inspirational speaker
    about all aspects of death
    including the luminous side of dying
    for both US and international events.
    Click here to find out more about my talks
    and click here to contact me
    .

    This close to death, as in hours away, our bodies are giving us more signs to look for. More symptoms of dying as mile markers on the final journey home. More ways to know that death is near. Very near.

    Emma’s breath, as described above, is called “Cheyne-Stokes” breathing. That kind of breathing consists of inbreaths followed by periods of no breath. Another inbreath. Another pause. Another inbreath. Another pause.

    This kind of breathing can last for many hours. Or just for a short while.

    Here is a list of your typical signs of impending death:

    • Our breathing is becoming more irregular and often slows down.
  • Our eyes might be closed. Or they might be open or half closed, but without actually focusing on anything.

  • Lips and nail beds can look purple or bluish.

  • Fluids may gather at the back of the throat, resulting in what sometimes is called the “death rattle”. It does not appear to disturb us when we are dying. But it can sound awkward for those sitting close by.

  • Our hands and feet may look blotchy and purplish (mottled). This mottling can slowly move up the arms and legs.

  • Our hearing seems to be the last sense to go. So talk to us. Tell us that all is well. That we are going home. That you love us. That it is all right for us to die. That it is OK for us to finally go home.
  • And again a reminder: not all signs of impending death show up for all who are dying.

    Emma’s Story Part 5: A Few Hours Before Death Continued

    By this time Emma was surrounded by her husband Arthur and her daughter Jane. One sitting on each side of the hospital bed. They took turns holding her hands.

    They had lit a candle. There were flowers some good friends had brought over on a night stand. The curtains were closed to keep the bright summer sunshine out.

    Every couple of hours one of them would get up to give Emma her next dose of liquid morphine. No need to swallow. The insides of Emma’s mouth just absorbed it. Her face looked easy and relaxed under the circumstances.

    There was a pillow under her knees. Her head was still on her favorite pillow and propped up with the help of the raised head piece of the hospital bed.

    Emma was as comfortable as she could be in these last hours.

    The Gifts of These Last Hours

    These last hours filled with signs of impending death can feel very special. They can be like a moment of hushed silence in the middle of a busy street. Like the sense of wonder just before a sunrise on the ocean. Like a holy moment in church full of imagined angels singing. Like a long prayer deeply soothing us.

    They have a similar quality to the time right after a baby is born. That same feeling. That same sense of wonder.

    As if they are like gateways. Gates to the other side. Gates to our souls.

    As if the veils keeping us here on this earth get lifted around death. As if we can reach across to the other side together with our loved ones who are dying.

    We only visit for a short time. They are the ones going there for good.

    Can you sense the sounds
    touching your heart?

    Are you feeling the call
    reaching for you?

    Do you know the voices
    singing your name in light?

    You are so close
    Dear One
    You are so close