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Ângelo Fernandes

that's not cool...
She will be better in no time, you'll see.

take a good rest if possible.
will be waiting for some more news, hopefully quite better than this.



I know how that is. Yes, it can be stressful and exhausting. Hubby landed in the hospital last year with (at the time) inexplicable and severe pain, which turned out in part to be pneumonia and then later they found a small pulmonary embolism (yikes!). Later on, they figured the extreme pain was an oncoming case of shingles. (Due to stress from a previous bad cellulitis leg infection at a mole biopsy site, but that's a long story.) And nope, you don't need to be 60 to have shingles, we found out!

I'm sure your mother will be feeling better soon. Meanwhile, you should get some rest! We blogging folks can wait. ;) Probably not much you do can do to help right now and you're no good to anyone all wiped out. No apologies necessary.

Take care, and sincere Get Well wishes to your mom.


*sends healing thoughts to your mother* Oh my, that's awful. I'm so sorry you had to go through that. I really hope your mom gets better soon!

Anne KG Murphy


I just sat in support with my mom following her surgery a couple weeks ago. A person looks so fragile in a hospital bed, no matter what, outside of their normal context. All that much more challenging to be there for her and trying to take care of her when she's the one who was always taking care of you.
I hope you will post soon and let us know how your mother is doing. I hope she shakes the pneumonia and heals quickly.

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