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From: Mélusine Date and time: 23. September 2010, 18:10:53 Subject: <no subject>
Hello ! Just want to tell you I've had an accident (I falled from my broom ). I was at hospital yesterday. My right shoulder is broken and makes me suffer very much, and I'm very tired. I try to come here as most as possible but it's very difficult for me to write, so I won't speak very much on the boards. You can tell this to the friends : Sarah, Sassy, Stingette, etc.... so they will understand why I don't speak more now.
Tuesday: His initial reaction to his situation is completely understandable. Yet this need not be his final reaction. Miracles happen. A miracle may take the form of a physical recovery, or it may be that he learns to live happily with his circumstances. His friends and family can only offer love and support.
Hello it is me Brian. I finally made it back. Was going to be back earlier but the weather was acting up LOL Thank Goodness for me having my sister's laptop. I'm doing good under the circumstances but still a little bit nervous. Things I found out from my family especially my brother, shocked the heck out of me. Have to go back on Thursday to see if everything is going well. I sure hope that I can actually start walking w/o using something & get back to normal. By the sounds of it, I'll be taking it easy for the next 2 to 4 wks. I'll post when I know what has happened & what my family hasn't told me. Not quite sure if I want to know tho. Again I just wanted to say Hi & ty for all the prayers & thoughts for me & my family at this time. Very much apprieciated. Also I would like to say a huge ty for the welcome everyone has given to Tom & to a special friend of mine for taking the time to do my turns & watching my fellowship for me. Well I better get going & take some meds before I fall asleep. Good Night & God Bless each & everyone
Brian has to go back next wk. The tests came back inconclusive. They did 2 separate tests at different times which showed 2 different results. Brian is feeling down but still fighting w/ plenty of hope. Thank Goodness we got him a wheelchair so he can actually go outside. Still has to do his exercises but we aren't doing them 3 times a day for 1 hr. We are going to do them 2 times a day 1 in the morning & 1 in the afternoon. At least he is getting alot of latch-hooking done LOL. Brian said in the hospital room that he will definitely be back here this weekend
I'm so sorry for not being here & doing alot of updating on Brian like I would like to have done. Been going to all the game sites that I know of to let his friends know what was what. Saturday morning we contacted the Dept of Human Resources to get him a wheelchair so he can move around which he is renting. He was getting pretty yancy about wanting to go out & shop for things. LOL The walking exercises are definitely doing good for both him & the rest of us. Our sister gave him a laptop to use ( mostly to watch the Tigers) Today he is in the hospital for follow up testing & hasn't gotten home yet & didn't receive a call that he would be staying in yet. So far, it looks like everything is going good healing wise but as we know, looks can be deceiving. I'll let everyone know what is what when he gets home later on today or Thursday. Again, I'm so sorry about not being here updating his health. Our continued thoughts & prayers go out to each & everyone who needs them. Again, a big ty for all the prayers our way. & we are very apprieciated. Brian might actually start playing & posting here again hopefully this weekend
We keep everything closed up during the day but we have a fan built into the ceiling. We turn that on overnight when the temps are cooler. We leave some windows & all doors open to pull in the cooler air that you can actually feel a very nice breeze. We have 2 ac's but they are located at the other end of the house. It would take almost 3 1/2 hrs to actually reach his bedroom. Put some fans in certain places to draw to cooler air to his room but that doesn't seem to work to well tho
Well all the tests came back great yesterday morning. Brian couldn't wait to get out of there. Slept the rest of the day Monday. Still he has to take the anti-biotic pills tho. I consider them being horse pills. Has to go back every 2 wks for follow-up checkups This weather however is making him cranky ( extremely hot & humid) so the exercises are definitely going to be hard, even in the house. Again I just want to say a big TY for everyone's continued thoughts & prayers daily for him & the rest of the family. God Bless each & everyone. Sorry that I didn't post anything earlier. Was hectic to say the least for us trying to get everything ready for his welcome home LOL
Hello everyone. Today Tom showed up at the Dorcino game site and said that Brians tests were good so they were able to take him home today. That was awesome news to hear. I just wish that his room had AC. It only has fans.
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