Hi Marie, How are you. I hope you enjoy the picnic. I seems like you have had a lot of fun this summer with things surrounding the fair. I would like to go to Maine sometime. It sounds like a beautiful place. It sounds like Reed has resolved some of his issues below from his latest email. I am glad that Russ is doing better and Reed got good news from the doctor about his PSA level. I enjoy the cooler fall weather although it is barely here. At least we don't need to worry about air conditioning any longer.
I hope you have a nice weekend. Thanks for the updates on what is going on with you. Ellen
Hello Marie. I am exhausted today. pT and aide here drives me crazy. Must be something in the air. Every bone in my body aches. I am worried too about the prostate. Hormones did not work. On cancer [i;; gpt 3 mothns. I see the yro;pgist tomorrow. I hope the cancer pi; worked. Tom will go with me. Pray I get good news. BG105. How was yours? My best to Ed. How was the fair outing? I hope you had a good time. Love,Reed
Hi Marie-I see that you just got back from a vacation. You really deserve one. I hope you were able to chill out. We are just about settled in the new place. We do like it here. It is nice to have everything on one level. Jim likes that it is near our old development.
We have lots of friends there and our house is just 2 miles from the new place. I hope to have more time to visit TuD now that we are settled. I still do go to PT 2x a week to help with my balance and walking. They have a fitness room here and I hope to check it out.
Soon it will be time to start up Marie's Bakery. I hope you have a great season of baking. Have a nice weekend. Cat
Thanks Marie for your message ...had some bad falls since end April( due to low BG) , vertebrae still a concern and left arm in a cast since July 19 , lost balance when reaching up into the neighboure cherry tree ( had permission LOL and NOT on a ladder either ) Purple cast will come off Sep 3 ...matching my purple slippers and purple nighty ...and grey hair :) I need to train for my number 13 Team Diabetes event and fund raise !!! No more falling .Sheepdogs has added me as friend and will read next what he likes .Insulin pumps are available in 2 provinces , 1 territory for all ages .GCMS are not , however some private insurance companies do . I put a request in the mail yesterday to our Pacific Blue Cross , cc my Specialist .Be well ...hugs
Good Morning Marie, I did not sleep. Tuss came home ar 1. Walker new medicine and directions. He has to use the walker until pt says no. We have 4 walkers and a wc want one? I hope he does not fall when I am hear with him. He is very uneasy on his legs. He must weigh the minute he gets oitof bed if he gains 3 pounds in a day or 5 pounds in 7 days call the heart doctor. He lot 12 pounds. If top figure in BP under 110 do not take new pill Lisino[ril. Record weight daily. Nirse comes today at 22. I have not hear from PY. Continue oxygen. See Dr. Mallach...concerned about his kidneys, H will ner get all this through his 88 year old head. I will help as much as I can. Please God do not let him fall while I am watching him. I see my PCP Friday I need something for sleep. NG 106. I hope you had a good night. My mind works overtime. My best to Ed. HUGS,Reed
Hello Marie. I never knew Russ was such a baby. He will not stay alone. Tom even sleeps there. Russ is 88 and death on his mind. I hope Tom does not get in trouble at work/ Russ's insurance pays for home nursing care and for physical therapy so that is a relief/ I am alone but guess I am made of stronger stuff. The floor looks great. We bought a rug for it nice match. How did your entertaining go.? I think Russ might come home tomorrow. Give my best to Ed. Take good care.HUGS,POPS
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