Friday, June 01, 2007

my little sister

Nice post davy;
Man, lisa has me quite worried...
she says she has a mild form of MS but i have had to help her from the car to bed twice this week...
she wears all the way out in about 2 hours...
she and I hardly get along, but I just can't lose her davy
its been a tough week
somebody help
anybody
p-please



It just seems to be worse than what she's lettin' on and that's whats got me so upset.
She keeps repeating how blessed she is...thats a little unnerving too.
Hopefully, its not as bad as it seems.

8 comments:

GEWELS said...

Isn't it amazing how when push comes to shove we realize how dear our families are to us?
She's lucky to have you. She'll get through this with the help of her big brother.

I sent you info- don't know if it'll help but yo'll learn a little more about it.

She IS lucky to have you!

Dave said...

Well, I've been thinking for an hour and I still don't know what to say. She seemed fine last time I saw her. I think you need to learn more.

Glad you liked the post. It might disappear soon; I don't generally run a nasty blog. But damn! My frustration is real!

Mother of Invention said...

I hope it's not as bad as it appears. She needs to go through a lot of elimination of other things before she'd be officially diagnosed. What a great big brother for her to lean on!!

Barbara said...

If she really has been diagnosed with MS, there are a number of effective medications now that help stabilize people with this disease. I hope she is under the care of a good doctor because this isn't one to tackle alone!

I'll be thinking about both of you.

Akelamalu said...

Sorry to hear about your sister and I wish her well.

GrizzBabe said...

My prayers are with you, Steve. I can only imagine how tough this must be for you and your family. Hang in there!

Head Duck Wrangler said...

Forrest Gump's Mama was correct when she said "dying is just part of living".
One of the benefits of faith in a higher power, etc. is that one can believe that they don't die but merely slide into another (even better)form.
A lot of folks enjoy telling me that I'm just gonna die and rot and that's all there is to it. They will understand better someday when they see through the glass clearly.
We are all dying. Some of us will die in a car wreck tomorrow or a stabbing incident tonight. Somehow there is a special futility when we know what is bringing about our demise and precisely what the steps are and what an approximate timeline is. Death Row is a remarkable experience.
People want to go to earth and just ride the fun rides. When you go to Disneyland, you ride ALL the rides. You want to experience everything.
If God wanted everybody to be the same, we'd all be wearing braces on our legs.
Blessings to you and yours,
Quack, Quack!

Annelisa said...

It's hard when a close family member or friend goes ill, isn't it. Hopefully Lisa will recover soon - I'll cross my fingers and send her positive vibes!

(((hugs)))