MOM said Change would be good.. I agreed.. getting home in the daylight instead of pitch black dark would be wonderful. That was before we found out the bad news. Seems another surgery is necessary for Mom and she isn’t happy with it. What is the alternative? You have no choice..it must be done or give up and decide to go into hospice and prepare for the end. PERIOD.. What an extremely hard decision to make, I cannot think of a harder one. I truly don’t know what I would do in that situation either. Mom has been so well lately that many have told me she has been very lucky to stay so healthy and strong.
MOM is not one to give up.. she is a fighter and wants to live to her nineties like her mother and her mother before her. She is strong-willed and nothing can stop her shy of illness she cannot control. Most are amazed that she has endured the year that she has. Sis and I are totally behind whatever decision she makes, when she makes it. She has some time yet to decide. Thankfully, she does not remember a whole lot of what she went through the last time. Drugs mostly kept her in a fog and the pain at bay. IF not for the scar she would not know she had anything done. God is good. So here we sit, wondering what is to come.
THE reason I am blogging about it all is because I am becoming really busy and have not been around as much as I used to. I am not sending e mails,chatting, or visiting everyone like I used to. So many things going on all at once it’s hard to keep up. Just know I will be around when I can and will try to let you all know what is up and what happens. It looks like our Thanksgiving this year will be just as hectic as last year. Yes, Mom was in tendercare and was pretty sick last year at this same time. One whole year has passed. My how time flies. Hoping to have dinner at home with all Mom’s favorites this year, we will see.
It is cold here in the mornings now, we have a threat of snow flurries lingering in the next few days. I dread the winter time as it is so hard to get around in. One day at a time is what we live in now…one day at a time.