Thursday, June 13, 2013

Family is the Best Medicine

That's exactly what the doctor told us at the hospital!
Through everything we have went through with my grandmother, I will always remember her doctor telling us that family is the best medicine.

While the month of May feels like an absolute blur and our whole routine has been thrown into a frenzy, it's be so nice to spend it with family.

Our house has been opened wide to my family, and I am so grateful for that.
So grateful that Kev and I can help out as much as we can.
Granny was in the hospital in Lexington, while the rest of my family has been forced to travel back and forth  to Eastern Ky due to job responsibilities, etc.
It's been hard and exhausting for everyone.
(I tell you my husband is a saint and has been a rock for all of us)

At one of her most stable points, we took a night off from the cafeteria food and had dinner at my fave, Josie's.
Grilled pimento cheese sandwich please! It's the bomb!






and let's be honest, who doesn't like a good outtake photo.
cracks me up!


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Granny is still hanging in there. She's back home with my family in the local hospital there. The goal is to get her home as soon as possible. She's a fighter, but it's be so difficult to watch her health decline. Continue to pray for her and our family.

I took this photo on semi-accident with my phone (that's baby brother holding her hand). I was trying to show someone a pic on my phone and hit the camera button. It's precious to me, because it was on that day that  they told us to say our goodbyes to her.
BUT, she got a lil stronger and a lil more stronger each day. And we continue to be able to spend time with her and enjoy each day we have left with her. Blessed, we truly are!

8 comments:

Lindsey said...

Praying for your Grandmother! What a strong and inspiring woman.

Tori G said...

Thoughts and prayers going out to you and your family!

Kerry Enos said...

Bigs Hugs! Praying for your grandmother and for your family.

J and A said...

You guys are such a sweet and strong family. Thoughts are with you guys!!

Stephanie said...

Thinking about you sweet girl! Many MANY prayers for your granny and her health.

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Jill said...

That picture of your brother with your granny is so precious. Hugs sweet girl.


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