"Though now, she can no longer get out of bed -- she is so sharp and clear and her pain, for the most part, is so under control by the medicine that talking to her – you would think she’s her normal self. Thinner. Much thinner. And with a hip new hairdo. But she is beautiful. So so so beautiful," Rory shared in the post titled "Braver than me."
Joey, 40, was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2014, just months after giving birth to the couple's daughter, Indiana, who was born with Down syndrome.
He also spoke to his wife's indomitable spirit, adding, "There isn't a day that goes by that she doesn't look me and her family in the eye and say, 'I'm gonna beat this,' or, 'I’m getting better, I believe that.' And she asks me if I believe it, and I do. I choose to."
Rory admitted that her time in hospice care has been a "rollercoaster" in terms of his wife's health and energy levels, but said that they ultimately will spend their time together, with family, and enjoying life to the fullest extent possible.