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Long Day!

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Well today was a pretty long day. On Monday Mom was supposed to go to the Hospital to have her Coumidin (sp?) level checked, but had to reschedule due to the snow. So we moved that appt to today before her PT appt. So... today we left WAY early since mom's not really moving at normal speed and it takes the poor woman a good 10 min to get in or out of the car. Add icy parking lots to that mix and it was a worrisome day. But, we made it! PT gave her strict instructions on icing her knee and measured her range of motion. We go for another appt on Thursday I think. Anyways, after that mom wanted to go to the commissary. So, by the time we got home we were both pretty exhausted.

It's been interesting to say the least. Sometimes my mom is a little loopey, so when we add heavy pain meds into the mix, it's quite the challenge to follow her line of thinking... today she was looking for faming fouse wash... uh... face foaming wash? LOL yes. Lots of that happening. Good times.

Ok, I gotta go. Mom's ready for bed.

Oh, the high here was 14 today. About the same for tomorrow! Brrrrrrrrrrrrr!
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    Oh my goodness, Sarah, stay warm!!! Continued prayers for your mom to heal completely and quickly!
    3668 days ago
    Ahhhh, keep her safe and warm and try and enjoy your time with her loopiness!!!
    3668 days ago
  • BET212
    I'm amazed your mom was able to still go to the commissary after the doctor's appointment and the PT. She must be doing well.

    I guess you won't have any trouble keeping the ice pack for her knee cold in those temps emoticon

    lol, on her loopiness...those meds can do a number on a person but it can be kinda entertaining.

    3668 days ago
    Get some nice quality rest when you find the time.

    Stay warm, woman! Those temps are insane! emoticon
    3668 days ago
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