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Tuesday, October 6, 2009

How long?

My grandmother, Nanny, continues to suffer with congestive heart failure. She went to the doctor today (quite an ordeal for someone who has been bedridden for almost a year) and found that the fluid around her heart and lungs is increasing. She was referred to a pulmonary specialist and has an appointment next week to see if he can drain off some of the fluid like they did when she was in the hospital.

I wish my mom had more help here in Georgia. She's exhausted as the only caregiver for her mom. Even with the technology I have available, it's still difficult to work remotely. I'm not sure how long I can stay. I have to get home to Nashville before I start losing business. How long can my mom endure? How long before Nanny gets well or dies?

How long?

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2 comments:

Jennifer said...

I'm so sorry to hear about your grandma. It's difficult for everyone -- mentally hard to watch someone you love suffer and physically hard to provide caregiving. I'm sending best wishes for your granny, mom, and you in finding help and relief.

Yvonne Perry said...

I appreciate your prayers for us. We've been up all hours again last night.