It was a good visit.........

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It was a good visit.........
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Wed, 12-07-2011 - 12:12am

Hello good friends! Tiring, but good day. I stayed at the hospital today until it was time to go to my TOPS meeting. Had a longer visit with DGD this time. Sierra's dad and aunt..who are my husband's adult kids..and I were in with Sierra longer this time. DSS and I each held a hand. She lightly squeezed our hands when we first took them. They had reduced her sedation a little, just enough for her to obey commands. When DSS told her to open her eyes, she did a little for a couple of seconds.

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Wed, 12-07-2011 - 12:20am
across the miles hugs for you Donna. I know this is tiring...know the feeling.
Glad she responded to things ...good sign. All good signs.
Continued prayers and thoughts sent .
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Wed, 12-07-2011 - 12:25am
neverstopping wrote:

Hello good friends! Tiring, but good day. I stayed at the hospital today until it was time to go to my TOPS meeting. Had a longer visit with DGD this time. Sierra's dad and aunt..who are my husband's adult kids..and I were in with Sierra longer this time. DSS and I each held a hand. She lightly squeezed our hands when we first took them. They had reduced her sedation a little, just enough for her to obey commands. When DSS told her to open her eyes, she did a little for a couple of seconds.




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Wed, 12-07-2011 - 9:06am

donna

so glad things are going well

brings me to tears the part of her responding to voices...so nice

sending lots of love and p&pt`s

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Wed, 12-07-2011 - 4:16pm
neverstopping wrote:

Hello good friends! Tiring, but good day. I stayed at the hospital today until it was time to go to my TOPS meeting. Had a longer visit with DGD this time. Sierra's dad and aunt..who are my husband's adult kids..and I were in with Sierra longer this time. DSS and I each held a hand. She lightly squeezed our hands when we first took them. They had reduced her sedation a little, just enough for her to obey commands. When DSS told her to open her eyes, she did a little for a couple of seconds.

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