Change in Rose again!

After Monday, and Rose being very poorly pale and low blood pressure I went to visit her today, and here she was sitting up in the residents lounge watching the chase on TV!!! Bright as a button eyes really wide and blue, she was reaching out for the cup of juice and looking around her, didn't speak but what a difference! Just have to make the most of these bounce back days and ask God to give her more of these days.

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  • Doesn't it make a difference to how we feel when we see our loved ones bouncing back, even if we know it is only temporary. Years ago I worked in a care home for retired missionaries and many nights I sat with family, by the bedside of loved ones expected to go to be with their Lord very soon. I'd go home in the morning and say goodbye only to return the following week to find them still with us. One lady was even sitting up in bed eating bangers and mash, very annoyed as He hadn't taken her after all. I think we must just make the most of every day we can share with them and hope and pray that when the time comes, it is peaceful. I hope you are able to relax and enjoy the rest of the week now you know Rose is OK.

  • Thank you Nanna B nice reply, I feel much better today I cried lots last week, but as you say take each day as it comes and hope when the end comes it will be peaceful for her.xx

  • Lovely news, Margaret.


  • Thank you Christopher hope she gets more of these days we will enjoy it while it lasts!

  • I'm so happy to hear Rose is doing better. No medical professional we've been to prepared us for the emotional roller coaster ride this horrid disease takes you on. Keep your chin up and just know that if Rose could, she would be the first to tell you how fortunate she is to have you in her corner! Take care!

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