Yesterday morning Cheri went grocery shopping but that's about all she's done since. She spent most of the rest of yesterday asleep, getting up only for a little bit while I was gone playing. She was back in bed by time I got home. She usually gets up about 6:30 AM but this morning I got up about 11:30, and she's still in bed at 12:30 this afternoon. She got up for a minute or 2 when I got home, just long enough to tell me she felt miserable.
I'm fairly lost and don't know what to do and of course, thinking of all the worst possible scnearios. If this hadn't been such a hard and demanding weekend I don't think I could have slept at all. At the very best, it's going to be a very hard and miserable Summer and probably a hard Fall. John
Sorry to hear Cheri is not feeling well don't know what to say really but I really do wish the best for both of you. Tim
I am sorry John. Keep strong for yourself and Cheri. I wish I knew what to say, but I know no magic phrases or speaches exist that will help. Just be there for her and your presence may help her feel a bit happier, loved and comforted, though iot likely won't help the sickness. :/ Know you are both in my thought and prayers.
David and the CoolCyberCats
Thankfully Cheri doesn't live alone and has you there with her. Sometimes I think it's harder on the caregivers. Keeping her in my prayers, and you too, John, to be strong for her. Peggy
Peggy, Laila and Angel Minchie
Thanks everybody. She felt a bit better last night and had me go in town to get her a little food. This morning her Mom took her to the doctor. (Another scheduled appointment.) I spent yesterday running around paying bills, which is usually her department. The car needs relicensed again and I need to get a new windshield before I can. Tomorrow I have to take her grandson to an orthodontist in Jefferson City, about 50 miles off. Thursday I play in Kansas City, outdoors. Friday I get a new windshield and reinspect the car. Saturday I play here in town, outside again. Sunday I don't plan to do anything but breathe. Monday, more bills get paid and the car gets a new license. All the while, I'm taking care of a 6 and 7 year old. I'm just hoping next week can be a little more relaxed. John
Have a dun time with the grandkids and driving 50 miles. Remember to stop for ice cream on the way home!