My hospital bed

My hospital bed

I am tired lots but the morphine works. Lorazepam mentally confuses. For the first time I mistook the setting if the sun and was sure it was rising. Then I watched it get darker and darker out. I looked at my phone and got confused by it too things did not make sense. I hope most of us here are getting a bit better to very much better. They put permanent drains in soon. Catfish got to jump now into some sleep. Love a aloha to all of you.

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  • Love the picture was wondering about you thanks for sharing happy you are comfortable

    Aloha πŸŒΊπŸŒΈπŸŒ»πŸŒΉπŸ’πŸŒ·πŸŒΌβ˜€οΈβ€οΈ

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  • Love your best friend right by your side, loyal like no other x thanks for tapping away to keep in touch xx Sue from NZ

  • Hey Catfish thanks for sharing this with us all. That bed looks more comfy than mine πŸ˜‰. I am amazed that your still postings, hope you get a good sleep tonight always in my thoughts. I am so lucky to have spoken to you along with all the help you have given to me. Take care chin up............πŸ’œ Maria x

  • Yes chin up, always nice to hear from you, aloha

  • Hi lovely friend 🌺. You are one truly amazing lady .i am so lucky to have spoken to you . Your support to me and others too has been so inspiring . Sending you big (( hugs )) πŸŒΊπŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•

  • Hiya Catfish x You are so inspirational to so many of us. I love your little dog xxxx I don't say much on here but I do read all the posts. You are always there for so many of us and I Thank You very much.

  • Haha your little dog is owning that bed!!! Hope you aren't too uncomfortable. Aloha my friend β€οΈπŸ˜˜πŸ™πŸ»

  • REally sorry that ur in pain my daddy past away from hep c and he was at hospicew aNBD THEY DRUGGED HIM WITH NMETHADONE HAS ANYONE EVER BEEN GIVEN METHadone lost every minute of his last days cuz they had him so drugged up

  • This is very valuable for me. I will put it in my power of attoreny. I am so sorry that happened to him, so very sorry. Aloha blessings..

  • What a wonderful post and I am so happy you've got the help needed at the hospice. Aloha xxx

  • I'm praying for you I hope you are comfortable I miss my husband dearly and I'm sorry you are going through this this is an awful disease you keep strong in faith praying

  • Nice photo of your friend keeping the bed warm. Your story reminded me of something that happened to my sister and I a few years ago. And I can't blame my AIH or meds because this was years before my diagnosis. We had gone kayaking and had returned the extra kayak to a friend of mine who lived way out in the "boonies" down some small country roads. I'm usually pretty good with directions and on the way back something just kept feeling wrong to me. Finally, the full moon started rising. Sure enough, what we had thought was the west side of the road was really the east and we were almost in Georgia instead of Florida. Times like those can really mess with ones perception. We couldn't believe we had gone so far out of our way and had a big laugh over our mistake. I'm still hoping you get a chance to enjoy the outdoors when it warms up and do some more hoops or cycling. Peace to you... πŸ’•

  • Thank you for those wishes, they feel almost out of touch then my friends like you say, it just very well surprise us sgain..

  • Just re read this. It's a great story. I would have been scared to death. Those Florida waters are full of alligators. πŸ˜œπŸ‘

  • I guess people become acclimated to the area they live in. The only time I got really nervous was when my youngest (adult) daughter, nephew and I went canoeing on the Wacissa River at night. We could see so many alligator eyes glowing all around us from the banks. It wasn't until we felt a big bump on the bottom of our boat that we decided we had had enough and decided to turn around. We were trying to make it to a popular spring that's about a half mile or so down from the beginning of the river (the river's rise). Most alligators would never bother anyone and there are plenty in the waterways. Probably we were completely safe; it would have to be a monster to knock over a canoe with three people and why would it really want to; it was our own fear that got the best of us so we didn't fulfill our goal that time.

  • Wow you win. You are far more brave and crazy than me but I thought nothing of lying down in the warm sun on pine needles in the woods of Alabama. Pine forest are full of rattlesnakes. Swam with them too but not near them.

  • Funny, never thought of myself as brave or crazy (well, maybe a little crazy). I'd be more afraid of getting covered with ticks than rattlesnakes. Are there very many poisonous or dangerous animals in Hawaii?

  • Not not teally. There are few shark stories, mountain biking in the woods would be scary if I suddenly found myself in a thicket where the wild bore nest at night. The surf is a real beast though. Thanks and Aloha

  • I am laughing at this because we don't have anything, other than a big rat caught in a corner ( or a horny bull protecting his cows ) over here! I'm in Pendle Witch Country in Lancashire, UK. There have been mysterious sightings of a big Panther up on the Moors. ..... possibly escaped from a Zoo. Wild Boar have been seen down South & Jellyfish in the warmer waters in Cornwall. I find that it is far more dangerous in the local Supermarkets where pensioners rally at speed round the aisles in their souped-up motorised scooters! I shan't even elaborate on young mothers with prams....... gosh! Feeling great now I've got that off my chest !

  • You really can be hysterically funny. A good story teller. Thanks πŸ˜œπŸ˜›πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

  • I have been thinking of how you are Catfishjumpin. I really hope that you are comfortable & enjoying things each day with your family & your dog. Catfish are amazingly resilient. I have watched lots of fishing programmes but didn't know they could jump! Can they?

  • Yes I have seen them jump in lakes pretty high

  • Hi lovely, what a comfy bed. Dog looks happy, it's so nice to hear from you, your coping best you can and still have time for others

    With love, Julie xx

  • lots of pillows and a doggy cuddle...sending you love and light, good sleeps and happy dreams <3

  • I'm praying ur comfy n I'm sorry for yr pain


  • Big big big ((( hugs )))) xxxxxxxxπŸŒΊπŸŒΊπŸ’•

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  • Sending lots of warm wishes from all at the British Liver Trust.

  • How are you doing today? Able to get outside at all? Thinking of you

    Aloha πŸŒΉπŸŒ·β€οΈπŸŒΊπŸ™‚πŸŒΌπŸŒΈπŸŒ»β˜€οΈπŸ’

  • I did not get out this day. I hope to be in the sunshine soon with my children and dog. I raised them son age 4 until 14, my daughter, age 2 to 11. My head is full of those days of us alone, laughing, doing whatever we wished.

  • Good morning here it is 5:00 am good to hear you have your kids and cute dog there, those memories are nice to have I also think of those times I have a boy and a girl grown now. Happy you are looking forward to getting outside into the fresh air and sunshine it has been cloudy and cold and raining here in Michigan. Have a good day there...

    Aloha πŸŒΊβ˜€πŸŒΈπŸ’πŸŒ»πŸŒΉβ€πŸŒ·πŸŒΌβ˜€

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  • thinking of you every day xxxxx

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  • Hi catfish . Thinking of you as Always .. Your memories of those sunny days are yours to treasure forever .. ALOAH .. πŸŒΊπŸ’•πŸŒΊπŸ’œβ€οΈ

  • you are circled with love and affection, close to your children and your dog, with all those memories to share, and farther away, all your friends around the world. hope the sky is blue in your windowxxxxxxxx

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  • Wondering if your able to see your messages and sending you so much love .πŸ’ž.. sorry for you pain, im so pleased that you have your loved ones around you and your little dog. i hope that your still pottering around and doing your own thing, bless you love grace πŸ’ xoxoxo

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    thinking of you catfish .sending you lots of big hugs .xx

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