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Sunday, January 27, 2013

Just got home from a trip with our Brownie troop -visiting the city 911 call center, it was really cool and the girls had a blast. And asked a MILLION questions! But the woman was really nice and answered every one of them. :-)

Did Wii Fit this morning - was only going to do yoga, but then got into strength stuff, and then a few games. Annoying that it takes an hour to get to a 40-min workout, but I had time today so whatever. I forgot to put on my Fit Bit till I started working out, which was a couple hours after I got up, so my nstep umbers will probably not look very impressive today! ;-)

My mom is doing a lot better. Still in ICU, but mainly because there are no beds available in the unit they were going to move her to (cardio?). She sounds much better, though my dad said she still has a lot of phlegm to cough up. They won't send her home till she can walk, and she's still weak enough that she's nervous about getting out of bed so I think it'll probably be at least a couple more days.

My dad seems committed to doing at least the respite stay at the assisted living place, possibly moving in there permanently. He actually had a realtor in to their house today - HUGE step! He said the realtor was totally excited, which doesn't surprise me - they have a huge house up on a hill with a great view, realtor's dream.

Anyhow, it's been nice to have a quieter day today, yesterday was way too busy!

Hope everyone is having a great weekend!

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  • PKBOO3
    Sounds like you're going through a lot with your mom and dad. Hang in there. Glad your dad has taken the necessary steps to get into the assisted living center. Hope it works out for the best.
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    emoticon God throws things your way but nothing you can't handle

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