Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Member needing our good wishes

Just a note to make folks aware that Linnea Sinclair's mother has been hospitalized, so keep her in your thoughts. Linnea will still be attending the RT convention coming up. If you're planning to attend, you might check in and see if she needs a hand.

We're thinking about you, Linnea, and please let us know if we can help in any way!

14 comments:

  1. Take care, Linnea. Our thoughts are with you. If I were attending RT I'd offer to help. I hope your mom gets better soon.

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  2. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your loved ones Linnea. Take care.

    hugs,
    Anna

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  3. My thoughts and prayers are with you Linnea.

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  4. Keeping you and your mom in my thoughts. Hope she's back on her feet soon.

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  5. Your mother and you are in my thoughts. Remember to take care of you too during this time.

    Linda Burke

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  6. Prayers and good vibes. I hope she recovers quickly.

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  7. You and your mom are in my thoughts and prayers, Linnea. Take care.

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  8. Take care, Linnea, and I hope your Mom is doing better soon.

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  9. My thoughts are with you, mom, and family.

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  10. Hope your mom's okay....best wishes,
    Lana

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  11. My very best wishes to your mother, Linnea, as well as to you and the entire family.

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  12. Thanks, everyone, for your prayers and good wishes. My mother is stable but, at 90 years of age and frail, we know this is just yet another issue in what will be a series of issues. She's still in the hospital but we hope to have her out and in a skilled nursing facility by the end of the week. From there, we hope she can return to her apartment in her assisted living community but we also recognize that may not be possible. She's been wheelchair-bound for over a year now--partially blind with mild dementia as well--and though her assisted living is rated for people of low-function like her, there will be a point she'll need more intensive skilled care. I see that point coming.

    But at least for the moment we have staved off the threat of amputation of her leg. That was my most serious concern, and one that I felt would do more damage than harm. We're in a watch-and-wait mode now.

    Thanks again, ~Linnea

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