My mother had another stint in hospital following a stroke which has paralysed her left side.
She can no longer speak, and is being fed hourly through a tube in her nose.
Her periods of wakefulness are mercifully brief.
My father is distressed and heart broken, and not well at all. My Chacha has come to be with him in this difficult hour.
I used the word 'intertwined' for their lives here: some more cheerful memories of my folks.
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oh dear! wish both of them well. and you.
You are getting it in bucketfulls, arent' you Dipali. Wishing you lots of strength.
BTW - you would not be in any mood to see, but I just passed on an award to you on my blog.
Hugs Dipali. I know what you are going through. Please remember that I am only a phone call away.
oh dear! this is such a tough situation...
Oh no. Hugs to you and your family Dipali, I'm so sorry that you're going through this.
Dipali - may god give you and your family strenght to go through this difficult period.
My prayers are with you.
Sorry to hear this. Hope you all tide over this as well
wishing you lots of strength in this difficult period. hugs
Tough times. Really nothing I have to say. Writing this comment as a digital substitute to a hand on your shoulder, and a gentle squeeze to remind you that you are in our thoughts, and our prayers.
My prayers are with you, Dipali.
Hugs and prayers Dipali..Lots of them..
dipali: I'm so sorry. I hope things get better. All the best, and sending a virtual hug your way.
I haven't been around for a while, and just wanted to come back here and say: Hang in there. Big hug! Do wish both your parents all the every best.
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