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Wednesday, March 11, 2020

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Toni

Oh my, I'm sorry to hear of Granny's accident but glad she is on the mend. That must have been frightening and exhausting for her. Hope there's only good news from the x-rays.
Have a great week!

Jill S Lancieri

I will be praying for quick healing for Granny! She is in wonderful hands and I am sure she'll be on the mend very soon! God Bless!

victoria

So glad Granny is finally home and on the road to recovery. We continue to pray for her. Hang in there Granny!

Lady Nix

mis rezos para ustedes. ¡Fuerza¡

Karen

Deb, I'm so sorry to hear about Granny. She reminds me of my own mom. Unlike Granny, she decided that she didn't want to use her walker and she fell and broke both of her wrists! That was a long recovery. We also had her living in her own home and had care givers coming in every day. My sister and I had our own slots for taking care of her but it required more than just us to keep her safe and cared for. It is a wonderful thing that Granny can be home with you. I will be praying for a complete healing of that shoulder and for wisdom for you as you care for her. Blessings! <3

Barbara J.

Oh, Deb, I am so sorry to hear of Granny's fall and know how much pain she must have endured. So glad to see her smiling face though and know that the sunshine will make her feel a little better. Thank goodness for physical therapists and knowing doctors. I'll try to send her a belated card soon. Hugs to both of you.

Holly

I'm so sorry! I'll be praying for Granny. I think that may be the same bone that our little girl broke falling down the steps when she was two. Emily healed very quickly, I'll be praying that Granny does, too. Oddly, the doctor thought it was her elbow and sent her for an X-ray. ER thought it was her collar bone but discovered it was right at her shoulder. I think it healed in two weeks...too bad the young at heart don't heal that quickly. ;)

Bev C

Hello Deb and family,

I hope things have improved with your Mum since this post and that her shoulder is healing.
Take care. Loved reading Hannah's cooking post.

Happy days.
Bev.

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