Yesterday, Mom seemed a little out of it. (She is 94 and has days like that.) She slept a lot during the day, went to bed early, and slept all night (unusual). This morning, the caregiver said she was out of it. She was having trouble walking and didn't eat much. At noon, she had a banana and some Boost. Then she went to sleep in a chair. She looked a little antsy in her sleep (dreaming). Then, woke up and said she didn't feel well. Her BP was fine -- 121/63. She still had a hard time walking (very weak), but I put her in bed, where she went back to sleep. I called the on-call hospice nurse to have them send someone out to see if there was something really going on that would point to end of life. Mom woke up a little and I wanted to change her pants, which she said, "Yes" to, but then she grabbed hold of her pants so tight that I couldn't pry them off (but never opened her eyes). She didn't want me to change them. That doesn't sound like someone who is dying, does it? The only other thing I told the hospice nurse was that her urine was cloudy. UTI possibly?