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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Lorelei

 Photo from January, 2016
Our Lorelei is in the hospital with pneumonia.  She was admitted yesterday evening, and has to stay at least tonight and will see what tomorrow brings.  She felt bad Monday, then she her fever began...she did not throw up or anything like that.  Just a temp and wheezing.  She looks sick,  does not look horrible.  Her oxygen level is not normal.

The dr. was in this afternoon while we were there, and she was looking at the oxygen level and pulse rate and at Lorelei, and said you would never guess how sick she is by looking at her.  And she doesn't complain...teases and jokes with all the nurses, and whoever comes in, and cooperates and does whatever they ask.  So we will see what tomorrow brings.  Hoping she doesn't have to spend a third night, but if she does, we are thankful for the care she gets

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16 comments:

Red Rose Alley said...

Precious Lorelei. Saying a prayer right now for her, Rose. What a sweet smile she has.

~Sheri

Ginny Hartzler said...

When I saw her picture, I thought...it's about time we see Lorelei! But not like this, I am so sorry! Children can get sick so fast, and then heal really fast, too. Faster than us older folks. I will say a prayer for healing for her!! She is an amazing child.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Get well soon, Lorelei.

Anonymous said...

Praying for Lorelei and the family. I hope she is greatly improved by this morning. xo

eileeninmd said...

Hello Rose, sending my prayers and get well wishes for sweet Lorelei.

Sandra said...

Praying for your sweet girl and for all of you. she is such a joyful happy child and amazing she stays that way while so sick... hope she is better enough to come home today

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

You and your family are always in my prayers. I hate to hear that she is so sick. I've been hospitalized with pneumonia myself so I know how scarey it is for you.

Lots of bugs going around. This is my first day in the land of the living since Monday. Nic brought it home from school, then Corey got it and then me. I pray Terry won't. It's a bad one, but I wouldn't call it the flu.

Much love,
Carol

don said...

I enjoyed seeing Lorelei before I read of her illness. My best wishes for a speedy recovery.

Carol Mattingly said...

Prayers for Lorelei. Carol

happyone said...

I am so sorry to hear that Lorelei is so sick. Praying for a quick recovery.

Hootin' ♥ Anni said...

I know what she is going through....when I was a kid, I had each year for the first 6 winters of my life...each time, hospitalized.

May she recover quickly and no relapse!!!

Jeevan said...

Hope she’s doing better and well by this time. Good that she’s very cooperative and it will heal her quickly
Wishes for her

don said...

Thanks for the good news that she is on her way home!

Red Rose Alley said...

Just thinking of Lorelei and wondering how she is doing?

~Sheri

The Furry Gnome said...

So glad she's ok. Amazing what modern medicine can do, and how resilient people can be.

Klara S said...

Sweet child.

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