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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Thank You So Much

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to say thank you so  much for your comments. And for keeping us in your thoughts and prayers.

I finally got to talk to my sister this evening. She is doing ok. She missed a few doses of her meds. It made her very miserable and in  pain most of the night and today. :(  When she doesn't have her Parkinson's meds she gets stiff and muscles twist up and it is very painful. She needs to use a walker, mostly just in the morning. And every morning she is walking or dragging her feet along straight ahead while her head is turned to one side. :( It is hard to see her like that. It is so unusual for someone to get this disease as early as she did.  She is almost 55 the age more or less  when one would start showing signs if they were going to get it. She has had it for 20 years or so.

I told her to hang in there, that I am still trying to figure out how to get her and mom down here with us.

Well yesterday I looked at the yard and thought well, it (the snow) will be gone by tomorrow. I was wrong. We got a little snow during the day today (Monday)  it stuck only on the grass. Sigh......

Not sure I am liking these new layout pages. It is going to change in a few days and I thought why not click on the option to do it now.  :(  I hope that it will go back to the old way again soon.

Have a great Tuesday my friends. Take care.....

Awww  ain't that sweet? Looks kinda uncomfortable. But cute.


  1. Janet, Keeping all of you in our prayers. It must have been so hard for your sister when she was so young to find out she had Parkinson's. Al's uncle had it but he was much older than your sister was when it started. We're leaving for Buffalo early Friday--stay out of hospitals while I am gone!!;)--Jan

  2. Sweetie, I really hope things will improve, and am still praying. I did so on the walk with my dog today, amongst other times.
    We all are.

    I know you will do everything you can to help your sister, hubby and Mom. Trust that you will find ways.
    A hug,
    Hazelnut/ Alex xxxx

  3. Still keeping you and your sister in my prayers. It's amazing the kinds of burdens we carry in this life. Your sister has had a heavy burden for a long time. She's blessed because she has you! SO...stay well, your Mom, sister and husband need you. Talk about a burden! But you can do it! We're all behind you!

  4. Janet- I didn't know your sister had Parkinsons. My own father had it for the last 15 years of his life. It is a terrible disease-slowly robbing people of their mobility. I will be keeping your sister in my prayers....and your Mom...and YOU. xo Diana


Thank you so much for your sweet comments. I always enjoy hearing from you. Have a wonderful day. :)