With all of us cooped up inside, let’s get to know each other on deeper levels. Here is today’s question.... #rethink #questions #gettoknowme #gettoknowyourself
It has been a few weeks since I have felt up to reading a book. I’ve felt gray. I’ve felt down. I’ve felt defeated. Today. I feel strong. I feel ready. I feel capable. Cheers to today!
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I ended up back in the ER last night due to increased breathing complications. I’m dehydrated (because drinking is hard), which is putting strain on my heart. My EKG was in “tolerable” levels. I need to drink more. My breathing is bad, I get winded thinking of taking a step. They prescribed me an inhaler. Again, my doctor was sad. There were tests he would like to do, but he didn’t have swabs to use to test me; there is no treatment for what he expected to find in my lungs; the best place for me is HOME with my inhaler. Because I struggle walking, sitting with an open window for fresh air with my legs up is key. Getting up every hour for a brief walk is important. Drinking fluids is as important as the inhaler. My heart is struggling alongside my lungs. While I am scared for me, I am heartbroken for the medical staff. They WANT to help. They don’t want to send you away (at least they didn’t want to me). I had symptoms that would usually require a stay. I had to leave because I still could. My plea is the same. Stay home. #flattenthecurve I was at the best health of my life. I was just cleared for the final round of testing TO DONATE AN ORGAN. You have to be damn healthy to do that. Now, I can’t stand up for fear of falling. I can’t take more than 3 steps without stopping for a rest. I can’t talk for more than a few sentences without feeling like I am going to pass out. Also, #extendgrace to the medical staff. They are doing everything they can to care for everyone in the best ways they are able. Thank you to the doctors and nurses that treated me last night (at great personal risk). I see you, I appreciate you, I thank you.
I have tested negative for the flu I have tested negative for strep I have all the significant symptoms of covid19 I have close personal contact with someone that has known exposure I cannot be tested. My ER doc said I likely have a non confirmed case of COVID19 DONT. TRUST. THE. NUMBERS. stay home. If you go to the hospital, be nice to the workers. The most heartbreaking part of today was getting a heartfelt thank you for being kind and understanding and then hearing them, as they walked down the hallway, talk about how nice it was that I was so kind to them. They deserve so much grace and, if you are listening, you will hear the sadness they have when they tell you they can’t test you. ***EDIT#2*** Why did I go in? I was having breathing complications that were new to me. It felt like an elephant was sitting on my chest and I can't take deep breaths without coughing... **edit**. I want to give a shout out to the AWESOME STAFF at Aurora that took care of me today. T B.V. hey were kind, professional, and truly seemed to care and want to help. ❤️❤️ Also, feel free to share. (I was requested to add that to my post due to it including HIPPA Info in my post) #corona #thisiscorona #coronavirusoutbreak⚠️ #stayhome #sick #staythefuckhome
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