The text on the front of the card mentions “hope” and “love” and when you are sending a card to someone in hospice care, it is good to remember that hospice care ideally is for those who are no longer trying every last possible way to stay alive — rather, they are trying to LIVE as well as possible the time left to them.
So “hope” could be misconstrued here as wishing them hope for cure, or remission, or something other than what hospice care is. I might send this card to someone I knew who loved flowers, and inside — depending on the relationship, of course — I would write something about that hope.
With all our love, and with the hope of reconnecting on the other side.
With love for you, and love and hope for your family, whom we will support with all our hearts.
I hope you know how much you mean to me, and I love you now and always will.
You and I have shared our hopes and love for many years, and that has been a beautiful part of my life. You are cherished, and always will be.
You have been the very definition of friendship. Just as I hope those you love who have gone before you will be waiting to greet you, I hope you will be there to greet me when it is my turn to follow. See you down the road, my friend. With all my love . . .
You get the idea. Check out the photograph, and maybe you will find something on that site you like even more, for a hospice card.