The cat in the hat comes back

It has been a wake-up call…… I have been suffering from a bad case of lymphomatoid Papulosis (LyP) for many years. My left leg turned nasty and I had pain every time I walked or drove.

Finally I sought medical advice and pain relief. This was at the beginning of November. It slowed me down.  On Thanksgiving Day I took my friend to her medical appointment and seriously ate ice cream with Janet. My leg hurt as we drove back to Bong Ti that evening.

I ate something bitter for dinner and went to bed early. By 10pm I had a fever with chills. Negative malaria test. At 2am diarrhea and vomiting commenced. When my big kids came to find out why had I not showed up at worship, I was in and out of reasoning. Malee called the Sai Yok ambulance service…. I was transferred there. In Emergency Room they tried to stabilize me… My oxygen level had dropped; my blood pressure was low; I was unconscious as they transferred me to Phalhon Regional hospital.

From there I transferred by Pitakkarn Ambulance to Mission Hospital in Bangkok. Over 5 days I was brought back to normal functioning. I was greatly helped by the visitors and love shared there. Thank Dr Nick Walters for your health care.

My children welcomed me home last Thursday and I am now upright and beginning to be involved with activities around here. The bigger students went to dinner to celebrate life and service…. the school was run by Morecherie, Cereone, Mortha, Eliku and Narget. Praise God for their leadership and care

 

 

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