Thanks for all the messages friends!
Yesterday I told you Mum had sore eyes and we were off to the doctors...Well. Mums own GP was on leave so had to see another one and I had to go through all the details of PSP again. I was worried that she may have got an ulcer on her cornea as this can happen with PSP with people with eyes that continually run. Course this doctor could get no where as as the doctor trys to look in her eye Mum can;t open them!
My eldest son is in the forces and he is over this week with my only Grandson (7) They stop at the In-laws so when they are here I don't really see them much...However, I was to have my Grandson for the day today..but guess what...I have to take Mum to the Eye Casualty to let the experts look at her and it could take hours!
So..another day with PSP changes your plans as day to day we don't know what it is going to bring us. Our priorities are with our sufferer whatever the cost.
Hopefully I will have the chance to see my Grandson and have him all to myself for a couple of hours before they go back to Germany next week.
Will let you know how we get on.
Oh and by the way the middle son (23)left home yesterday and the reason why I said I will cry...not is because he keeps coming back!! xxxx