Wednesday, 25 March 2020

Unfortunate Timing 😒

In the early hours Saturday morning, my Mom was taken to the ER and then admitted to the High Level Care Unit. Long story short, she has pneumonia, again. 
The only plus side to this is that as of right now, there are no known cases of the Coronavirus in their area and the hospital was pretty empty. I'm not quite sure why, but she was discharged yesterday although she should have stayed longer. I don't know if they're getting the hospital ready for an entourage of patients or maybe a thorough cleaning? Nevertheless, she's home and had a nurse visit today and she's doing ok. 
Can you please keep her and my Dad in your thoughts and prayers? She has no immune system to fight anything off and Dad has to stay well to take care of her!
I'm very grateful we can still "see" each other to talk, because who knows how long it will be before we can visit them again.
Addie was very happy to have her Momma home again!


And as for you, where are your piggies?!

Continue to be safe and smart in your neck of the woods - stay home and stitch, sew, craft, bake, or whatever makes you happy!

17 comments:

  1. Oh Astrid. I hope she gets better quickly. I know how sensitive her health is. Please take care of yourself. Big Safe Long Distance Hugs.

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  2. I am so sorry to hear your sweet mom is ill again, I will keep them both in my prayers. I'm not minding this quarantine too much. I'm getting the Spring cleaning done and more stitching time.

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  3. I will add your mother to my prayers.
    Stay safe.

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  4. Astrid: I am adding your family to my prayer list.
    Stay Healthy

    Catherine

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  5. My heart aches for you and your family. I will definitely keep her, your Dad, and your family in my prayers. *Hugs*

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  6. I'm so sorry to hear about your mother, I will be keeping all of you in my prayers.

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  7. I'm sorry to hear about your mother, I will be keeping your family in my prayers.

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  8. I'm so sorry to hear this - hopefully your Mom will continue to improve and she and your dad say safe. I can understand them releasing her early so to avoid her picking up any further germs. Very glad to know you are able to keep in contact via social media.

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  9. Sending hugs and happy thoughts your way for a speedy recovery Astrid.

    Linda

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  10. I'm very sorry to hear about your mum - sending her and your dad, and you, lots of good wishes x

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  11. I'm sorry to hear this, but I'm sure lots of prayers are being said on her behalf, including mine!

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  12. So sad to hear about your mum, it sounds like a good thing that they sent her home, hopefully she’ll avoid the virus that way! Thinking of you all!
    Barbara xx

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  13. So sorry to hear this news Astrid. She may be safer at home in isolation. I will pray for them and her speedy and safe recovery.

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  14. Sending warmest wishes to you all Astrid in this worrying time {{hugs}}

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  15. I am so sorry to hear that. I am sure she will be safer at home in the present situation. Your dad must be getting very used to looking after her needs now.
    At least we have the technology to keep in touch too.

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  16. Thoughts for your parents are heading across the Pond. At least technology is helping you stay in touch and actually see how she is doing. :)

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