Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Just a quick update

My Mother in law is still in the hospital in serious condition though she is showing a remarkable improvement! She is able to sit up and talk some, and the Dr. has prescribed medication to whet her appetite so that she will eat and get stronger. He is controlling her diabetis with insulin at the moment as he is more concerned with getting her stronger.

She is coming out of her "fog" as well. She knows who everyone is now and seems to be regaining more and more of her memory.

The Dr. has told us that the kidney infection is still not clear and he will probably keep her until the weekend at least.

Thanks so much for your continuing prayers for my mother in law. We all know that God is the great physician and we pray it's his will to send her back home to us better than ever!

10 comments:

Lana said...

Oh my goodness! Lifting prayers up for your mother-in-law!

Lana G!
http://airmiles.wordpress.com/

Trella said...

Thanks for the update, and continuing in prayer.

Blessings,
Trella

PEA said...

Thank you so much for the update...I woke up this morning wondering how she was doing! Funny how we tend to get so close to our blogging friends:-) I'm glad that she is showing some improvement...my prayers are continuing for her full recovery!! xox

~ Janice ~ said...

It's so good to get an update. I've been so concerned! I hope she continues to improve and come home soon!
Blessings!

smilnsigh said...

I'm so happy that your mother in law is showing improvement.

Mari-Nanci

Rebecca said...

What a HORRIBLE THING! Wow. PRAISE GOD you went in when you did.

I am so happy to hear that she is fairing well (or better) and that the Lord has spared her life.

Praise God!

Lori B said...

Glad to hear your MIL is doing better.
I will keep you all in my prayers.

Kelli said...

I will continue to pray! I'm glad to hear she is improving!
Hugs,
Kelli

Jenn4Him said...

I am glad to hear she is making progress. I will keep praying.

Jodi said...

((Linda)) I just saw this. Praying for your MIL and for your family!