April 16, 2012

When it rains it pours

Filed under: Uncategorized — by jeannette4175 @ 2:45 am

There is a lot going on with GG’s death.  I have been over at my niece’s as much as possible.  My husband has been awesome and has stayed with the kids and has made up for me not being around.  The service is planned for the 20th.  I have taken a week off of work just trying to deal with this sudden and unexpected loss.  I’m going back to work tomorrow but just part time for this week.

This past Friday evening I found out that my grandmother was in the hospital with breathing problems.  She is 91 years old so it isn’t too surprising but it is just one more thing on my mind. She lives in Utah so it isn’t like I can visit her or anything.

This morning Cassie complained she couldn’t sleep well.  I figured it was because of everything going on but as I was cuddling with her I realized she had  a fever.  Not a little bit of a fever but a 103 degree temperature.  I have her on Tylenol to bring down her temp and she is resting now.

Right now I just want to look up to heaven and say “Really? What’s next?  Bring it on.”



  1. Sorry you are going through such a rough patch right now. I hope both your grandma and Cassie get feeling better soon.

    Comment by Melynda — April 16, 2012 @ 11:38 pm |Reply

    • Thank you so much M.

      Comment by jeannette4175 — April 17, 2012 @ 3:12 am |Reply

  2. I’m sending so many prayers and hugs in the direction of you and your amazing family. I love you so much!

    Comment by Princess J — April 17, 2012 @ 5:26 am |Reply

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