I’m exhausted so I’ll be as brief as I possibly can…
I want all of you to know that Neil Platt was, true to form, one hundred percent in control till his last breath.
I want all of you to know that he did not have to go through the horror of having his ventilator turned down. Neil chose to let go the moment he was in the safety of St. Michael’s Hospice and went naturally. I feel proud and privileged to say that his mother, his brother, his cousin and myself were able to hold him as he passed.
I want all of you to know that Neil and I lucked out in the postcode lottery, and had the best care we could ever have hoped for and met some wonderful people in our journey.
But most of all, I want all of you to know that this whole experience has been so much more bearable because of the support that has come from these pages.
The last few days have been difficult for all of us but I, personally, can feel Neil Platt pushing me forward with every decision I have to make, which has made every decision a little easier.
I won’t give up his fight because I can’t give up his fight. It affects all of us.
I have so much more to say, but I’m exhausted.
All my love,