Hospital Life

Hospital Life

jessehospital Even though Jesse is 20 years old, he's still our baby. I always used to think that once your kids grew up and left home that all your worries were over. I learned fast that isn't the case at all. In fact, there problems and issues become more serious and worrisome. It is sad to see a vibrant, active and healthy young man laid up like this. They've finally moved Jesse to an internal medicine ward where doctors are more frequent. Yesterday he started to show some improvement. He's on antibiotics, anti-virals and anti-fungus medications. They are trying to get yogurt into him to replace the good bacteria that all these treatments have knocked out of him. The nurses and doctors are great. We were off to a rough start but I'm sure we'll finish great together. Even though I felt out of it yesterday, my community showed awesome support, expressing concern, praying, giving gifts, offering help. I'm happy to belong to such a community. I don't know how we would be doing without them. Thanks to everyone. We'll keep you posted. There's no wifi or internet connection at the hospital, so my updates are sporadic and infrequent, but I'll do my best.

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