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43 kgs and climbing

Went to dinner with Wing , Alan and An for an ‘After Wing’s Birthday” dinner. It’s amazing to see An eat. She is built like this: | But she eats like this: l. She is up to 43kgs now (durring … Continue reading

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It’s called Hay Fever for a reason

Achy, sneezing, itching eyes, and fever.  Pressure and pain behind the eyes. I get some relief when I was in the shower, but can’t stay in there all day.  Also, sleepy. And that’s without taking anything for it.  Bad timing, … Continue reading

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Amazing what three months of care and treatment will do

Today, we visited An at the hospital, to take her out on a lunch date.  An is like a completely different person than the wounded soul that was admitted to the hospital 3 months ago. She smiled, laughed, greeted everyone with a … Continue reading

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I’m betting she hiding it then throwing it away

Wing  just came back from visiting his mother. It seems that even with her being escorted to breakfast, lunch and dinner, having 2 snacks served, and being given the dietary supplements, she has managed to lose even more weight. All … Continue reading

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Mom-in-Law (and Yin) update

The doctor said there’s a slight yet noticeable improvement in An’s mental state. Small increases in her medications are showing signs of working. Yes, she still insists the medication is making her ‘dopey’, but she is told immediately that the … Continue reading

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Two steps forward, one step back

Wing ‘s mom has had a relapse. She’s refusing to eat all of her meals, now, and lost the weight she put on the first 7 days she was there. Trudi says it’s not unusual and to be expected. We … Continue reading

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More improvements.. baby steps, but visible

An is showing definite signs of improvement. She wasn’t obsessively clutching her hands tight, tsking and moaning over everything. Now, however, she has gone to the next, expected, stage: emotional blackmail. She tries to convince Wing that she is doomed, … Continue reading

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