Visiting mom in the hospital

So I visited mom in the hospital yesterday afternoon, with my sister.

My nephew came too!

We had a great visit! Mom is doing really well!

It was so good to finally see her after a week of not seeing her!

We spent 2 hours with her! We had a nice catch up!

She’s in a ward with 3 others, all women, and the ward she’s in is the respiratory ward.

She had just had her lunch when we got there. She hasn’t been eating a lot lately, but she’s starting to have an appetite again which is good.

She’s hoping that if she keeps doing as well as she’s doing, that maybe they’ll allow her to go home on Monday.

If not Monday, then Tuesday.

She has paper stitches where the tube in her lung was, but the doctor told her if they don’t work properly that they can put regular thread stitches in.

She’s not having trouble breathing right now, and she’s off the oxygen, which she’d been on for most of the week on a continuous basis.

Things are looking good! I’m so relieved!

This past week has been a lot of stress and worry!

I’m just glad its all coming to an end for now!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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