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Saturday. It’s raining non-stop since yesterday. The sky looks really dark and sad. It’s the perfect day to stay in bed or on the couch with a blanket watching movies.

My grandma’s hip is very good but her head is not. She doesn’t recognize half of the people who visits her and can’t be left alone because she removes all the things she has attached to her. That’s very sad. On top of that, she’s mad for being at the hospital so she spends all the time screaming at her children saying that they lied to her and put her in some kind of sect.
The other day she shouted at my dad (son in law) several times until my dad couldn’t take it anymore and shouted back… I believe that he was waiting to do that for over 45 years.
My mom is exhausted and now I’m really worried about her. She looks like crap.

Now I understand my dad when he says: “If you don’t have good health, you have nothing”. For sure he knows what he’s talking about. Since very young he’s been surrounded by sickness and death and I guess that the years taught him that anything else can be replaced, but when your health is not good, you are kind of f#$ed up.

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~ by DotedOn on January 30, 2016.

13 Responses to “522”

  1. Reblogged this on SURVIVORS BLOG HERE.


  2. Health is everything. I say to my husband one of the nicest things is to not feel pain and agony.

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  3. Health always comes first and that’s for sure! Your dad is totally right about it. How’s your grandma? Is she ok?

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  4. Health really is everything, and it depends on what’s wrong with your health that determines whether or not you have something or nothing. I’ve been dealing with chronic, disabling illness for 40 years, but I have much to be grateful for, and my son’s life was recently saved–literally–so it could’ve been a bad scenario, but he still has a full life to live. I’m thinking your grandma is effected by the anesthesia? I hope she recovers quickly! oxox

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    • Nobody knows, Donna. She may have suffered a stroke when she got really high blood pressure a couple of days before she fell down.
      Health is really important and we mostly realize about it when it’s too late 🙂


  5. Yes, no matter what’s wrong there is always some escape but when your health is bad there’s not much you can do. Hope everything turns out fur the best.

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  6. I sympathize with what you are going through. It sucks. And I think your dad and I have a lot in common. Surrounded is a great way of putting it.

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