Thursday, February 25, 2021

The Snows Did Melt....

 We had pretty sunset ,even in winter. 
 Plenty of snow drifts, hard to get around. But who goes anywhere , any more. 
I was pretty tired of all this snow and the woes that come with it. The freezing temperatures was the worse part.  But three days of 40 -50 degree days has helped melt it . It is almost all gone. I say "hooray"

   The latest  on my Ted...he is in a holding pattern at the very room where he received his bone marrow transplant, at the Franciscan hospital., on May 2019,  He went to see the IBMT drs yesterday. He was to see them on the 5th, but was in IU Heath  at that time. Then on the 16th , the big snow storm came and so yesterday was the new appointment . Once they took his blood labs and saw how low his counts were they kept him. He had a plasma transfusion . This morning they did the bone biopsy on him.  Praying for some kind of answers . Spoke with him this afternoon and he seemed stronger  than he has in 2 months.  Faith is keeping me hoping for help in getting Ted back on his feet. I am asking for your prayers dear friends. Thank you for wishes of good health and prayers.  XO

 

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  1. Susie, keeping both you and Ted in my prayers! Hoping this treatment will give him strength and get him back home! Love and hugs!

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    1. Thank you Nellie. So appreciate all those kind prayers. Ted had another blood transfusion yesterday. His counts were so low, it was scary. I think he need to have labs every week for awhile. Blessings, stay safe. xoxo, Susie

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  2. Stronger is BETTER that is for sure. Prayers for good reports with some great corrective actions.
    Oh, and the pictures are very pretty, good shots.
    Love from NC, Sherry & jack down in NC with a beautiful day today.

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    1. Thank you Sherry and Jack. Your prayers are helpful. We sure need them. I am glad it is warming up around here. Isolation is tough and being snowed in is the worst. Blessings, be safe when you go back on the road. xoxo, Susie

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  3. Praying for Ted to gain strength, for good reports and to him to be able to go home.

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    1. Thank you Jan. I am grateful for each prayer and well wish. People are so kind . Stay safe there in your state. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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  4. Beautiful photos Susie, I keep you both in my prayers , take care, you have a heavy burden right now,, your faith will make it lighter,

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    1. Thank you dear Laurie. I am talking to God everyday..hope he never tires of me..LOL Praying all of you are warm and safe. Blessings, xoxo, love,Susie

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  5. Getting stronger is very hopeful sign. Prayers for Ted.

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    1. Thank you honey. I appreciate your prayers. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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  6. Prayers on their way! Keep us poted. It looks like thingsare heading in the right direction and are hopeful. Beautiful snowpictures.

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    1. Thank you Ginny. I feel blessed to have others praying for us. I feel it is the best thing we can do for each other. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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  7. I know you will be so happy to have your husband home. I hope that happens real soon. I'm sure he's anxious to be home to.

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    1. Thank you yes. I am lucky to have family helping . Plus my neighbors have been the best too. Stay warm and safe. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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  8. Oh, Susie. This has been such a long haul for both of you. I truly hope you get some answers and solutions soon! Take care. -Jenn

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    1. Thank you dear Jenn. I am praying for answers ...somewhere to start, you know. Ted got more blood yesterday. I think he should be having labs every week. Blessings, keep warm, xoxo, Susie

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  9. Saying a prayer for Ted, Susie. I'm glad he's feeling stronger. Your sunset photo with all the snow surrounding your home is so pretty. We had our second snowfall here in the mountains, and I loved it. Stay in faith and hope, dear friend. That is what we have during the most difficult times. I know how much you miss your Ted and want him home. : )

    love ya, Susie.

    ~Sheri

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    1. Thank you Sherry. I so appreciate your kind words and prayers. I did get to talk on the phone with Ted. He had another blood unit, his counts are still low. I am not sure if they plan on keeping him. I think they should till his counts start to rise. I also believe he should have blood labs every week, while he is trying to get back his strength. Oh I do miss him. We are used to being together everyday. Glad you had some snow for you to enjoy. We had some really warm days this week and our snow is about all gone. I am tired of shoveling so that's good. LOL. Blessings to you and your family my sweet friend. xoxo,love, Susie

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  10. Praying for Ted and you! This has been a long rocky road for you both. I am happy to hear Ted is exactly where he needs to be right now. Y'all must be very weary. "Weeping may endure for a night but JOY cometh in the morning." Praying scripture for you and Ted this morning. One day you will look back on these times and marvel at your strength.....because you both have been strong.

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    1. Thank you Linda. I truly appreciate all the kind prayers your have sent up for us. It is lonelier in the evening..we are so used to playing Wheel and Jeopardy together. We miss the laughing. We are best friends, so making each other laugh is such fun for us. We did enjoy a laugh on the phone this morning. The nurse told him I said "hug Ted and squeeze him for me" Which I did say. LOL Blessings to you and your family, prayers for Lonnie. xoxo,love you guys, Susie

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  11. What a beautiful sunset. I've been praying for Ted just about every day when I walk and will continue to do so.

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    1. Oh thank you honey. That means so much to us. Stay safe and warm. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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  12. Of course you have prayers. And it's good news he is stronger. But I can see how deeply concerned you are. I hope th beauty of those sunsets brings some joy into your life while you wait for more new.

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    1. Jeanie, This has been a tough time. It's mostly not knowing what is happening with Ted's health. The covid and hard winter weeks sure doesn't help. But we had sun this week and the snow is melting....and I feel that Ted is where the drs care about him. I have to keep my faith big and strong too. Thank you for the prayers. Blessings to you and Rick, hope all is well. xoxo, Susie

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  13. so glad for the update! Keeping you both in my prayers.

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    1. Thank you Carolyn. Every prayer is helpful. I truly appreciate each one. Blessings to you, xoxo, Susie

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  14. Thank you for the update. Keeping you both in my prayers. Lovely pictures, especially the sun on the snow! Very pretty to look at, but, I'm sure you are glad the snow is melting! Take good care of yourself during this worrying time. (((HUGS)))

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    1. Thank you honey. Your prayers and kind words mean so much to us . You know the power of prayer, it does make a difference. Thank you for those hugs too. :):) Blessings, keep safe. xoxo, Susie

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  15. Remembering you both in my prayers. God bless. x

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    1. Winifred, Thank you for the prayers. I am very grateful to you. I will tell Teddy about everyone's kindness...it will make him feel good. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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  16. Oh dear Susie—please know you and Ted continue to
    Be in my prayers! That snow looks beautiful and overwhelming☹️ We’re to get more Sunday .... in the 50’ next week—yeah!!!!! YOU be careful and stay well.
    Blessings
    Gert

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  17. Oh dear Susie...what a time you have had...your poor husband must be exhausted with these health issues...I shall send a prayer and a hug for being restored to good health!

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  18. I shall pray. I'm in Florida so I never deal with snow, but I don't go much of anyplace. That's the way it has to be.

    Love,
    Janie

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  19. I haven't been on blogger for awhile and am just catching up. I'm so sorry to hear about Ted and all the problems he has been going through. You are both strong people and will get through this. You both are in my thoughts and prayers.

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  20. Oh so sorry to hear about Ted and hope he get's the care he needs. Happy to hear the snow is melting. It is hear as well. Particularly important for you though in order to get around for his appointments etc. Pretty sunset. Wishing you both much luck. We've been concentrating on getting our shots, which has been quite a challenge. Hope you've been able to do, if not; hope you can soon.
    Sandy's Space

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  21. I'm keeping you and Ted in my prayers. I hope the snow melts away soon and Spring comes to your area. Hugs, Edna B.

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  22. I am continuing to pray my dear friend.
    Love, Carla

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  23. Praying for Ted to be home and healthy again. Sending hugs and prayers across the miles.

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