Thursday, December 30, 2010

The Middle Side of Life

One of my beloved Tadpoles and also one of my oldest blog friends [I don't mean age there] Teresa over at "The Middle Side of Life" is, once again, back with her husband Ron at the hospital.

Ron was admitted last night for suspected Hepatitis C.*  In addition to his other health problems this is quite the precarious situation.

Could you all please pop over and leave Tee a bit of encouragement and love, let her know we are thinking of her.

She is such an inspiration and one of the best friends a woman could hope for - she could use our thoughts and prayers Tadpoles.

Thank you.

*UPDATE:  Ron does not have Hepatitis C - YAY!  They will do more tests this evening hoping to find the cause of his most recent illness.

7 comments:

Thisisme said...

Beautiful post, Skippy. Poor Teresa - I just don't know how she's coping with all that's been thrown at her at the moment. We can only support & encourage her as much as we can, and remember her (and Ron) in our prayers. Sending big hugs.

sapphireblue said...

Will do!

Kathy's Klothesline said...

You are a sweet friend! She has certainly had more than her share lately and needs the love and support. I just wish I had the means to help in a more tangible way.

Bouncin' Barb said...

So sweet of you Skippy. I've been in touch with her and we will chat further when she's able to get some down time. I wish I had been on blog world back when I was dealing with Rich. It would have helped me a tremendous amount. Hugs sweet lady!

Diane Laney Fitzpatrick said...

You are such a kind person. :)

Teresa - in the Middle Side of Life said...

Thanks, Skippy! You are truly one of the best friends a person can have.

This, Kathy, Barb - thank you all so much for being my friend, too and being there for me.

Sapphire - thank you so much for stopping by today to leave me a note. it meant a great deal to me.

Ron seems to be better tonight. They are going to do an ultrasound of his liver sometime and try to get a colonoscopy taken care of. They found blood in his "deposit" so want to make sure there is no underlying problem. Still not sure why the aluminum and the ammonia levels were up but they are keeping track of them to make sure they are coming down.

Blessings to you all! thanks again...

hed said...

Hey-when you're feeling up to it come on over for some blog love <3

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