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April 6th Accountability

Life is not perfect and we are working on it. The two beds are both set up so he can go from one to other and hopefully he will get some rest and will begin to heal. He got this bath. There are some signs on doors explaining oxygen and illness. Most of the laundry is caught up. I think we are headed in the right direction and that is all we can ask.

I did try and relax and I did get hydrated and doubled the amount of steps just going up and down the stairs and we still have at least 6 waking hours to go. I am thankful for every single second of it.

  • Do you look for hope?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Do you think I am tired?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

8 points

Written by Ghostwriter



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  1. Yes, having a sick husband is never easy. I love him very much but because he is crippled it has also restricted my life style too.
    My husband recently had a shoulder replacement, but even so for over 6 years I have been tying his shoe laces and now you name it, I do it.
    Not gone any holiday for over 2 years and when talking to him, no hope of that either.

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