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Monday, August 15, 2005

Still holding on

My grandma was transferred successfully to Jefferson Regional Medical Center in Pine Bluff, Arkansas last night. This morning when my dad called he said her blood sugar was over 500 and that she was in a diabetic coma. As they are working to bring her blood sugar down her blood pressure seems to be bottoming out as well. It's hard balance all of her symptoms. They are also checking to see if she has had a heart attack. She is in really bad shape and she is so afraid.

The address to the hospital is:

Jefferson Regional Medical Center
1600 West 40th St
Pine Bluff, AR 71603

Her name is Bernice Mitts and she is in ICU. The hospital also has a page to email patients on their web site. We need a miracle at this point and prayers of comfort and peace would help more than I can say.

When I was explaining to my 5 year old twins how sick grandma was they tried hard to understand. Mitchell has been overly concerned about what will happen to her house. He says that he will pray for her in the morning, at breakfast, at lunch, at dinner and at bedtime and that she will get better real quick. Joshua asked if grandma had to go to Heaven alone or if God came down to get her. When I said that I thought Grandpa would come back for her he said, will he be driving a car? They make it hard for me to wallow in my misery for long.

I'll keep you updated as the day goes on. I may even post some knitting content on here just to take my mind off of everything else. Thanks again for listening and Tracy, I wish you lived closer too, I sure could use the hug!

2 Comments:

At Monday, August 15, 2005 3:38:00 PM, Blogger Maryellen said...

I hope Your Grndma geyts better soon.

 
At Monday, August 15, 2005 3:39:00 PM, Blogger Maryellen said...

If I could spell it would be scary. I hope your Grandma gets better soon.

 

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