April 26, 2014 - Good Morning, but it really isn't.

Hang in there, because I'm having some really big problems even running the computer this morning. I'll have Amy post the rest of this blog entry for me to try to explain....

This is Amy.

Granny's just not able to make things work this morning. A couple of days ago she took a pretty big spill and landed right on the back of her head. Since then she has had trouble keeping her train of thought, and making her fingers type what her brain wants them to. She has a doctor appointment on Monday to see where we go from here, however, up to now, the doctor has done absolutely nothing, and has yet to even start the chemo. For now, I will be her fingers, and I will post for her as needed. She still looks forward to reading those comments, so keep 'em coming!






46 comments:

  1. Oh, so sorry to hear about this! Hope your up and at em soon. Take care, dear lady!

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  2. Hang in there granny, and hope docs will be able to help you Monday.

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  3. Hi Amy; Please tell Granny we are still thinking of her, and wishing her well. I hope the fall doesn't turn out to be a major setback. I also hope the doctor "gets his finger out!"

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  4. Did not realize the chemo hadn't been started. Praying for you that this is just temporary and will be cleared up fast. (hugs)

    And thanks for being her fingers, Amy! Can't even express how grateful I am!

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  5. Oh no Granny, I am so sorry. I hope the doctor will finally do something on Monday, I will keep my fingers crossed for you!!

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  6. Amy, Thank you sooo very much for keeping us posted!!! This just breaks my heart. Granny... from this TX girl... YOU ARE SO LOVED!!!

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  7. I hope you get better Granny. Living without the computer is so hard. And the only time I've had to do it was when my computer died. I think we have all become addicted to it.

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  8. I hope your appointment on Monday goes well & you start feeling better soon. Thank goodness you have such a wonderful family on which you can rely!

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  9. Carol and Amy,
    I am so sorry to hear this. You hang in there; know that my wife and I are joining many others in praying for you. Doctors can be frustrating. We'll pray that solutions are found and implemented.
    Your Tennessee friend,
    Ray

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  10. Thank you Amy for keeping us up to date. Granny, take care of yourself.

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  11. Oh no! I am sooo sorry. What a wretched thing to have happen. Hopefully you will overcome this new trial. Amy, you are truly a hero! What a great family!

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  12. Oh no sweet Granny! Amy, you are awesome to help her through this. And do we need to track that doctor down and tell him to get a move on things? Cause you know we will! We luv you!!!

    I got my squash bed planted today and the tomatoes are doing great. I'll have a post about it Monday.

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  13. Tell Granny that I have planted two tomatoes and that I think about her every time I walk by them. I was too early planting them outside, and of course we had a cold snap. So, I dug them up and brought them inside for two nights. They're back in the sunshine now and seem none the worse for wear. I'm thinking about you often and hoping the best for you.

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  14. So sad to hear this. Hope that doctor gets busy and makes her well soon. Thanks for updating us Amy. Nancy

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  15. Hoping tomorrow is better than today. Keep your spirits up! We love you!

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  16. You hang in there Granny! The affects of the whole brain radiation will wear off. "The Italian" had difficulties when he had it. Then they went away. That doctor better get it together! From our experience, you (or your family) need to do a lot of research on you type of cancer. Then discuss things with your oncologist. If he doesn't listen, then find a new one! If we had listened to the first one, "The Italian" would have only been with us for 6 months.....not 4 years! Luv you!

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  17. Continued prayers of comfort and healing.

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  18. :( This just makes me cry. Blessings to your whole family.

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  19. I keep praying for and believing in miracles. We love you, Annie.
    Welcome! and Thank you Amy-you're an angel to help out like this!

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  20. Granny, I am so sad to read about your fall. I hope you are feeling better. I've been away from reading blogs and missed it. I always love reading your posts and decided to visit your blog today. I had no idea you were not feeling well. Sending you big hugs and prayers.

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  21. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.

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  22. Granny, dump the chumps and get doctors who work as hard as you do. Best wishes every day my friend. Thank you Amy!!!!

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  23. Hope you are having a great day. Thinking of you often. Hugs!

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  24. We are told,"You reap what you sow." You have obviously done some marvelous sowing throughout your life because you have an outstanding family!

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  25. so sad, but so happy to see the support and love of your family--the "regular" kind, and your blog family. thinking of you as i plant this spring.

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  26. I suppose I have to keep my snarky comments to myself now that Amy's sweetly helping you.

    I'm shocked the doctor hasn't started chemo yet. Has he said why he's waiting? If you don't get the answers that satisfy you and your family, I'd be looking elsewhere very quickly. Dad just had to switch doctors because his wasn't listening to him about issues with his chemo. He doesn't have a lot of choices since he's a veteran. Hopefully your family can do better for you than our government is able to do for my dad!

    Thank Amy for keeping us informed. I do hope your mind comes back...although chickens without their heads can be entertaining. :) Love you!

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  27. hang in there Granny...you are in my prayers:-)

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  28. Oh Granny, that is not what I wanted to hear! I've been out of sorts and off the computer for a few weeks now and coming back to all this... well it makes me wanna hop on a plane and come see yoU! Hang n there. I hope things turn for you soon.

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  29. Granny, I'm just stopping by again to let you know that you are in our every day thoughts and prayers.

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  30. Thinking of you today. Hope you have been able to enjoy your day.

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  31. so many people thinking of you, including me! sending you lots and lots of hugs and kisses xoxoxoxo :)

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  32. I'm ever so anxious to hear how you are, what the docs had to say, but most importantly how you are doing. <3
    Much love n hugs!

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  33. Thx Amy. Granny keep at it! In my thoughts over here.

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  34. Hi Granny, Hope this Saturday is treating you well. Our weather down here is hot today, hope yours is beautiful so you can enjoy the sunshine. Prayers for healing today. Sending you a big virtual hug.

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  35. I have been thinking about you all day.

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  36. Amy, thanks for taking care of Granny. We're here hoping for the best for her.

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  37. Thinking of you Granny!

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  38. Thinking of you today. Hope it is a great beginning to the week.

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  39. Not what I wanted to read when I came to visit. :-( Sending you hugs and kisses, Granny and Amy! I am so sorry to hear. XOXO

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  40. Hope you're feeling better after few days recovery from your fall and enjoying some nice fresh spring air in your garden.

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  41. No updates? I will send my prayers your way.
    Missing you here in blogland.

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  42. Thinking of you today. Hope you are feeling better!

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