Sometimes people come into your life and change you for the better. Sometimes people have a lasting impact on your perspective and outlook .
My co-teaching partner, Zondra, is one of those people.
Topic: Write about your advice for someone caring for a patient with your condition
Caretakers in my opinion are unsung heroes. Often it is the person who is sick that receives the caring phone calls, messages, care packages, etc.
My caretakers are the ones who have been behind the scenes, making phone calls for me, sitting with me during doctor’s appointments, driving me around the Midwest to see specialists, being there when I fall apart, making meals, bathing me, encouraging me, picking up prescriptions, supporting me, taking on more household duties, pushing my wheelchair, being my cheerleader, and the list goes on, and on, and on…
1. Medical Stuff:
- 1 Day of Home Rehab.
- I had prolotherapy yesterday on my neck, upper back, and ribs. I’ll do a prolo post later.
I just got home from our first night of parent-teacher conferences. I am pretty fried but here I go truckin’ along with National Health Blog Post Month. Please don’t expect anything profound…I’m in brain fog-land.