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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Mom Had A Stoke

Hello there all my prim friends. Sorry I have been away so long. I wont bore you with the details but I have been having a hard time with some of the flare ups from the neuroinvasive west nile and just when I was feeling better from that my mom had a stroke so I have been at the hospital 12+ hours a day for the last week....very tired. Mom is being moved to a rehab center closer to me to I can shave over an hour off my day. She is progressing but the hard work is still ahead of us. Please keep uu in your prayers...I do have some awesome new wintry wool bundles to list and some cute holiday rug hooking kits as well....Hopefully soon !

Until then,
Grace to you,
Margie

23 comments:

  1. Margie -- sending love and prayers your way.

    Karen

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  2. I hope rehab goes smoothly for both your mother and you. I have had a similar experience with my mother. She broke a hip and suffered about every complication there can be. Then 7 months later, she broke the other hip. She was in rehab following both fractures and is now in assisted living. I hope your mother has the motivation to work hard in PT. It's a lot to expect of older folks, but it definitely pays off. I sincerely wish you both a successful recovery. ... jan

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  3. I was afraid something might have happened I ck your blog regularly and when there was not updates I was concerned . My prayers are with you and your mother for a speedy and full recovery.

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  4. Hi Margi, so sorry to hear about your Mom, praying for you and your Mother, God Bless, Francine.

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  5. Oh margie! all I can say is sending many hugs! OLM

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  6. Hi Margie... I knew something was up, but didn't know you had West Nile... and now with your mom ailing, I am sure life has been turned upside down for you. Prayers for you both for full and speedy recoveries.... and for life to settle down a bit.
    Blessings,
    Penny

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  7. Hi Margie,
    First off IT'S WONDERFUL TO SEE YOU POST HERE TODAY!
    Goodness knows you have been missed something awful.
    Praying for a quick rehab for your mother and that you will not get so stressed over this that it takes you down again.
    Please take care of yourself dear friend - I'm praying hard for you too.
    Big hugs
    Karen

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  8. Prayers for you and your mom!
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  9. Margie - so sorry to hear about your Mom and I'm sending prayers for her and for you too...hope you are feeling better soon.
    Blessings

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  10. Sending out a prayer for both you and your mom. Take care, Janice

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  11. prayers for you both, sending you a hug!!

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  12. Hi, Margie,
    I am so sorry to hear that you and your mom have been ill. I had wondered where you had been. I am happy that your Mom will be moved closer to you, and pray that her therapy goes well.
    Melinda

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  13. So sorry to hear about your Mom Margie...God Bless you both! Katie

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  14. Take care Margie ... will keep you & your mom in my prayers.

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  15. Oh Margie, I am sorry to hear this! I know what you are going through! I will be praying for you and your Mom.

    Bear Hugs & Blessings~Karen

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  16. Sorry to hear about your mom, sending prayers and positive thoughts for you and your mother.

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  17. Oh girl, I'm so sorry! Karen from My Colonial Home has been keeping us updated on you, I was worried about you girl! Glad to see you back here posting. It's good that you can be with your mom during her difficult time but please take care of yourself so you can be strong and help take care of her. Praying for you both! Wish there was more I could do for you but know that I'm here for you anytime and thinking about you sweet friend!

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  18. My prayers to your health and your mothers. My mom had a stroke too and I remember the absolute exhaustion both physically and emotionally. Hang in there.....~Kriss~

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  19. I am very sorry to hear about your Mom. I am 42 years old & my brother who is 52 and very dear to me, had a massive stroke in Jan. He is doing better every day but still is very unstable with a walker. It has affected his speach which they say will probably never be back to normal. I miss our long conversations together. He was my shopping buddy and eating out partner. It's very sad to see someone who you love very dearly, not be able to communicate and do the things he was once able to do. Stay possitive!!! Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
    Jenny

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  20. I am very sorry to hear about your Mom. I am 42 years old & my brother who is 52 and very dear to me, had a massive stroke in Jan. He is doing better every day but still is very unstable with a walker. It has affected his speach which they say will probably never be back to normal. I miss our long conversations together. He was my shopping buddy and eating out partner. It's very sad to see someone who you love very dearly, not be able to communicate and do the things he was once able to do. Stay possitive!!! Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
    Jenny

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  21. I am very sorry to hear about your Mom. I am 42 years old & my brother who is 52 and very dear to me, had a massive stroke in Jan. He is doing better every day but still is very unstable with a walker. It has affected his speach which they say will probably never be back to normal. I miss our long conversations together. He was my shopping buddy and eating out partner. It's very sad to see someone who you love very dearly, not be able to communicate and do the things he was once able to do. Stay possitive!!! Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
    Jenny

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  22. I am very sorry to hear about your Mom. I am 42 years old & my brother who is 52 and very dear to me, had a massive stroke in Jan. He is doing better every day but still is very unstable with a walker. It has affected his speach which they say will probably never be back to normal. I miss our long conversations together. He was my shopping buddy and eating out partner. It's very sad to see someone who you love very dearly, not be able to communicate and do the things he was once able to do. Stay possitive!!! Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
    Jenny

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  23. I am very sorry to hear about your Mom. I am 42 years old & my brother who is 52 and very dear to me, had a massive stroke in Jan. He is doing better every day but still is very unstable with a walker. It has affected his speach which they say will probably never be back to normal. I miss our long conversations together. He was my shopping buddy and eating out partner. It's very sad to see someone who you love very dearly, not be able to communicate and do the things he was once able to do. Stay possitive!!! Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
    Jenny

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