|John (scouse) Hirons|
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Quoting: Margaret Turner
Hello everyone.... †itís me back amongst the living....
i have been very busy with looking after Amelia since Thursday,She is such a darling,but itís very tiring,it didnít †help when i had to get an ambulance for phil on thursday,Talk about panic,Amelia was asleep thank goodness,and Linda had just left for home,he was goping up stairs for his tablets and half way up his legs gave way on him,and he couldnít get up,with much pushing and heaving i helped him up the last 5 stairs on his bum,but at the top he was just laid out unable to move his legs i didnít know what to do cos i couldnít move him,anyway to cut a long story short the ambulance came and got him up then took him to A&E to be checked out...there isnít anything they can do so they sent him home with a walking frame...he went to bed and stayed there till yesterday and thankfully he is able to shuffle about with the frame,we had a message from his surgeon and he meets with specialists this week to discuss his case so we should here something this week about what is to happen with him...
i am sorry i havenít kept up with you all but it can be a bit of a struggle to get time on my laptop,life seems to be tipped on itís head here lately,but i always catch up eventually,i have read all your posts,and send my love to you all
I will try and post to you all tomorrow....i hope to have a nice relaxing day....goodnight all and sleep well
Alright Margaret, You must be worried sick over our Phil, you have both Sandieís & my admiration over the way youíre holding it all together & it goes without saying our deepest sympathy goes to Phil.
† Have you thought about seeing the Social Services to get a stair lift? it will help him now & until he recovers from the surgery? I didnít want one but mine Fuhrer & the heart failure nurse bullied me into getting one, now I swear by it (also at it at times itís so slow & Iím on water tablets nuff said).
Hurumph...a hand full of words & I still managed to get spelling mistakes.
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