My congressman’s office was on the job immediately after I left there. We now have a plan for Isabella’s care and it is a relief to know there are people in government who actually want to help. A big shout out to Ann, the congressman’s employee who did all the leg work for me! Bless you.
To elaborate a bit, Bells’ lips will suddenly turn blue occasionally. As Carol, our nursing professor in residence suggested, it may be asthma. Isabella’s mild eczema is a symptom of asthma. However, we have to rule out cardiac involvement. She is a robust, feisty little girl who has no symptoms other than the blue lips so we will hope and pray that it is nothing that can’t be dealt with easily.
How are you doing? I have another cold but am otherwise well. My friend, Nancy, starts chemotherapy tomorrow. Prayers are still being accepted.
The Boy starts winter track practice today. He is going out for shot put for the first time. Do you think he has the strength for it? LOL! He is heavier now and his neck is thicker. He’s a big boy! He doesn’t look too Italian, does he? His ethnicity is only half, though.
I know this entry is disjointed but I wanted to give and update and say hello. Hope to make the rounds of your sites as soon as I rest a bit.