Monthly Archives: March 2014

March 25, 2014–“I’ve been meaning to tell you…”

She seemed sharper mentally yesterday–knew immediately who I was and remembered William’s name with a little coaching. (“It’s the same name as one of your favorite relatives,” a clue I’ve used in exactly those words for close to four years … Continue reading

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March 20, 2014–elevator not stopping

..at all the floors. I hadn’t seen her since she was in the hospital–my own minor physical anomalies. They did have the wheels of her chair locked when I found her in the dining room at her table–an hour and a … Continue reading

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March 16, 2014–she’s being discharged!

I just got a call from the hospital.  She has responded so well to the antibiotics they are sending her back to the nursing home.  I added updates to the last post and will add to this one tomorrow afternoon … Continue reading

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March 14, 2014–emergency room again

Earlier this week she had pain and swelling in her left wrist–went round and round with Aetna re in-house x-rays.  Nothing broken, “arthritis.” It’s 6 a.m. and she is on her way to the hospital.  Her temperature is 101 and … Continue reading

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