News on mom

Mom is doing much, much better!

She is breathing more easily now. She doesn’t get breathless upon exertion now.

She think the infection in her lung is cleared up.

She isn’t using her oxygen now like she was.

She’s doing good!

The doctors have said all going well, she might be able to go home tomorrow! If not tomorrow then on Tuesday.

I’m so glad she’s coming home! Maybe now all of this will be behind her for a while.

I sincerely hope so!

We’re planning a nice Christmas. It will be quiet but nice. I’ll be going to my parents house on Friday, spending the Christmas with them and going back home on Tuesday, then I will come back to my parents for the new years celebrations.

I’m feeling more positive than I’ve felt in a while.

Mom even sounds a lot better when she’s talking.

I think we’re out the other side of all of this!

Keep praying!

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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