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Thursday, December 10, 2009

Lissa's Hanging in There!

Lissa had a good day in that she didn't have any incedents or fever for the last 24 hours +.  She's responsive (nodding/opened her eyes) if we wake her up and talk to her.  


She can't move more than slightly nodding her head.  She is going on dialysis tomorrow so they can give her more antibiotics.  Her heart is working at about 80% and she is getting assistance with oxygen.  Her pancreases is a concern though and as soon as she stabilizes, they can remove her gall bladder.


Geri (mother-in-law) and I bought her a little pink Christmas tree, Christmas CD's and some decorations for her room.  The nurse was encouraging and thought it would be great to liven up the place a bit.

23 comments:

Terry said...

Oh that's such good news! Still praying for you all! :0)

Linda said...

Excellent-- I realize she has a long road ahead of her.. I will continue to pray for her, her family, and her medical staff.

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

oh thank you for the up-date, she is still in my prayers

Laurie Anne said...

Thank you so much for the update Mel...I've been thinking about her. I will continue to keep her and her family in my thoughts and prayers... xx

Pat said...

I am so glad to hear of these small steps of progress. I will continue to pray for her, too.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Hang in there. I sending prayers for Lissa.

Needled Mom said...

I was glad to read some encouraging news on Lissa. I pray that she will see many more good days ahead.

SewLindAnn said...

Thanks for sharing the update, I'll keep her in prayers. I haven't stopped thinking about her since I read your post this morning. I wish you well.

Sandi said...

I will add your Lissa to my prayers. My mother went through some similar issues two years ago so I know how difficult this is. Glad you can be there and not far away.

Robyn said...

This is very good news Mel.
Will continue praying for her and all of you.
Hugs!!

Shari said...

It's good to hear that she is a little better - I know it's a long road ahead. Will continue to hold you and your family in my heart and in my prayers...

why not sew? said...

That's encouraging news. I will continue to pray for her.

Carla said...

How wonderful. I wish her continued speedy improvement!

Donna said...

Thank you for taking the time to share this encouraging news! Your family will continue to be in my prayers.

Laurie said...

Great news - miracles happen!

onlymehere said...

My prayers are certainly with you and your family. I went back and read the first post. I'm glad to see she's a doing better in this post.

Karen said...

Mel,

I just came across your blog because of a tutorial and I just want to send prayers along. I was just heartbroken because her son has Autism just like mine. SO GLAD to hear she is making progress.

Karen

Micki said...

I am so glad that she is feeling a bit better. How wonderful if she would come out of this and celebrate Christmas with you all!
Micki

Carrie P. said...

Mel, praying for you all.

Trisha said...

Glad to hear this and thank you for updating us!

Melody said...

Still praying here!

onlymehere said...

I pray that she's continguing to improve. My prayers are with you at this time. Cindy

Dawn said...

So glad to hear she has made improvments...still praying for her.