Monday, January 08, 2007

The patient was laughing so that's a good sign

I hadn't realised that my brother and my niece were planning to visit mum today but it was a nice surprise when they arrived. There are only supposed to be two visitors at a time but as mum is in a single ward we managed to avoid the eagles eyes of the ward staff. As you can see from the photo we managed to get mum laughing and when they left I took her for another little walk for some gentle excercise.

The picture is hello to Sam and Beccy so you can see her looking more her old self.

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At 8/1/07 19:50, Blogger Beccy said...

It's great to see Granny looking much better and laughing. I don't think she did much of that over Christmas

 
At 8/1/07 20:06, Blogger ChrisB said...

Yes it is.

 
At 8/1/07 20:28, Blogger Sam said...

I seem to remember granny shouting out "do you like my bling?" on the christmas video you all sent me, she was certainly laughing at the moment.

This picture has made me feel a lot better, thank you so much for sharing, and a big hug and kiss for granny,

xxx

 
At 8/1/07 20:37, Blogger Sally Lomax said...

I'm so glad that your mum is on the mend Chris!!

Sally

 
At 8/1/07 22:50, Blogger ChrisB said...

Sam I thought it would help. She now hates the food but won't let me take much in.

Sally she's really bored and wishes they would get on with the final investigations, but it's a case of waiting for theatre slots. I will try and catch your Fri show I'm always interested in anything to do with travel.

 
At 9/1/07 01:05, Blogger Sam said...

take her some tins of salmon!

 
At 9/1/07 10:49, Blogger Sally Lomax said...

Oh Thank you Chris!

Sally

 
At 9/1/07 13:41, Blogger Asha said...

What a beautiful smiling family!:))

 
At 9/1/07 14:26, Blogger ChrisB said...

Asha my brother has a sense of humour not everyone appreciates but it makes us laugh.

 
At 9/1/07 23:22, Blogger Barbara said...

It is awful waiting to find out what the problem is. When I was hospitalised in Portugal I remember spending the first 12 hours praying I didn't have appendicitis and the next 12 hours praying I did. I hope you have results soon. Hugs to your Mum from NZ.

 
At 10/1/07 09:44, Blogger ChrisB said...

Barbara last night they were talking of sending her home today if blood tests are ok. Apparently the two other tests have a very long waiting list and she can go as a day patient. It doesn't make sense does it as she could end up back to square one.

 

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