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Corina was posted 05/01/2005 09:58 am by Mindy
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Hey there.....How is Mom this morning...I hope better. Going to the hopsital on the weekend is not sooooo bad. Docs don't do much but Mom was always resistant to it but the nursing care is pretty good and the machinery for testing is quieter without outpatient procdures fighting for it.

IF the RFA has to be delayed, tell Mom not to get discouraged. I truly believe through all this sucky crap, the divine powers, by whatever name, one calls it, puts us where we need to be. What would happen if it is delayed a week or two. Not a big deal. But what happens if she does have an infection and they do RFA....her side effects could be greater and healing might not happen as well. So, if this fever is a bump, it is meant to be for a reason....and one that is good for Mom, not bad....we have to hang on to that one and keep going forward...I know that it is so hard...but I also know that your family believes like that too. Just remind me when it is my turn!

Hugs to you and Mom

Love, Mindy

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