Happily ignoring pontificators & know-it-alls
Continuing to say prayers and send good thoughts that positive progress continues (slowly).
Seconding this!Thank you for this update Gerry, and for your strength, courage, and willingness to share this very personal journey with us and letting us be a shoulder to lean on.
And please tell all Lee’s caregivers that FSU thanks them too.
Thanks for sharing; I wish strength for your husband, and hope... always hope. For you. I wish the grace of recovery. Lee says to tell you she Hopes you get better soon!Gerry, now I have my wonderful husband taking care of me for the last two months; I’m not as sick as Lee but far from healthy.
Now I really understand the love and caring that a spouse brings to the terrible vulnerability and dependence that sick prople have. It’s more than sitting with us in a hospital and much more knowing someone is watching over us and out for us in the most selfless way.
I’m not describing this well but just wanted to say bless you for all you’ve endured for Lee’s sake.