I thought since I've been so depressed, and missing my home there, I would just share a few photos that you may or may not have seen, but will give me a feeling of getting back there.
My daughter has kept a close check on the home, and her friend has kept our yards cut. Don't know what we would do without family and friends. And I can't forget all the prayers, you have all been great to remember me. The gory details of this illness are discussed in the previous post. It is called TTP and is found in 4 of a million people. It causes clots in the very small vesels which can damage the brain, kidneys, heart, etc. In fact I have acute kidney damage from all the high powered antibiotics given in the first hospital I was in.
No matter how nice it is, or comfortable, I am ready to leave the lake house and head back home to the mountains.
This post may be kinda long, because, I'm refreshing my memories of my nesting place. Not that the lake house isn't one too, I'm just a little ready for a different view.
I have enjoyed my small garden so much this year and am anxious to see how it all looks now.
I had just created a new coffee drinking spot on the small stoop, goods found at Good Will. It joins the garden area.
I had recently refurbished this burlap wreath from a year or two ago. Celestina Marie made the lovely garden sign, I had made the aqua rosettes, a while back. I love the colors on my front door.
Soon..................I miss it so much!!!
PS: I'll soon share photos of my grandson's wedding I had to miss due to being hospitalized. It was gorgeous from what I've seen, and this was one heartbroken Meem to have to miss it. I had to accept that I could not change that situation, but if I could have, I would have.
This disorder is all new to me and I don't know a lot about the outcome, treatment, etc., but I know that at times the plasma and platelets have to be worked with, and then there's the hope that my kidneys heal.
Be extremely careful of the meds you take. A new pulmonologist had placed me on a 3 week regimen of Levaquin for bronchitis, that seems to have jumpstarted this episode, then the continuous IV of Vancomycin, finished the kidneys off almost. They were totally dehydrated.
I think I've covered the gist of this latest health problem. Oh, at first I was diagnosed with c:diff. This is another superbug that is difficult to heal, and I read that the hospitals are rampant with it.
Sorry for the length, but this is why I've been absent for a while. Work hard to keep healthy folks!