March 31st, 2020 Challenges

March 31st, 2020 Challenges

Since our last edition: I’ve maintained the integrity of my food plan boundaries, I’ve remained refined sugar-free, I’ve met or exceeded my daily water goal, I enjoyed a nice 2.8 mile walk, and I’ve stayed well connected with exceptional support.

I’ve often described mom’s health challenges as a rollercoaster. This analogy certainly fits the last few days. Saturday was a good day. Sunday wasn’t. The symptoms of her UTI suddenly became stronger-and a night and day difference was the result. The nursing staff and the doctor reacted quickly, immediately switching to a different antibiotic. Unfortunately, mom’s profound brain fog (a side-effect of the UTI) made her forget that she must have help in getting around. She took a fall Sunday night when she decided to trek across her room on her own. Fortunately, she didn’t get seriously hurt–and the staff treated her abrasion and bumps without a hospital trip. That’s a blessing. They’ve also kept her down by the nurse’s station for extended periods of time as an extra measure of care since the fall.

I wish I had more time to write this morning, I don’t. But I wanted to at least provide an update on mom’s situation. I sincerely appreciate the tremendous outpouring of prayers and support. Your comments, messages, and emails have been and continue to be a tremendous blessing to mom and me.

My morning foundational routine is complete, my food is planned and packed, and I’m headed for my morning show.

I hope and pray you and yours are doing well in this tremendously uncertain and unsettling time in our history.

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