First of all, apologies for all of the moderated comments. I am working with someone from WordPress to resolve the problem while still insulating us from those we would rather not comment with. It’s been a process. I appreciate you being patient. Also, yesterday and today I had real world events to deal with (nothing major) that required me to be away from the site for awhile. I promise to put your comments through as soon as possible. Sometimes, I have to leave them in there until the “happiness engineer” can take a look at what is happening. I promise I am working on it, and it is a high priority for me.
Now on to this post. Kim Richards is once again blogging about her hospital stay. I am curious what you guys think about the excerpt below. I am particularly interested in those of you with a medical background. Have a read and please sign off in comments.
From Kim’s Blog
On the following day, my pain got even worse, so I spent the whole day getting tests done at the doctor’s. Next evening, I was admitted to the hospital. In my last blog post, I mentioned that I had been struggling with bronchitis and pneumonia for weeks. Well, the doctor said I had a fractured rib, ruptured disc, and hiatal hernia, which was caused by the increased pressure from coughing. No wonder I was in so much pain before poker night! I was in the hospital for nine days. But I’m happy to announce that I’m currently healthy and well!
Even though my family and I are going through some tough times right now, I feel stronger than ever because I need to and want to be there for Monty, my daughters, and son. All you moms out there know, we don’t get days off! Although it seems like I have a lot going on, that’s exactly what I love about my life! Planning my daughter’s wedding is the most beautiful thing I’ve ever done. I can’t believe my babies are all grown up, and I could not be more proud. Taking care of Monty has been bittersweet–it’s so painful to see my best friend slipping away, but at the same time, our relationship is stronger than ever. We’re treasuring every moment we have together. Don’t mistake my sadness for weakness. If I were not strong in my sobriety today, I could never do the things I’m doing. Thank you to those who have shared their kind words and support!