This wasn’t on my ‘to-do’ list

5 thoughts on “This wasn’t on my ‘to-do’ list”

  1. I can’t begin to imagine what that was like for you, Linda. But I can relate. Sepsis moves so fast and can do so much damage even when it isn’t fatal.

    A simple ear infection morphed into double pneumonia and sepsis in days for my firstborn when he was two. As a new mom thousands of miles away from family and with a husband on a business trip – I was less than ‘calm.’ 😄

    Thanks for sharing your story – you are a true survivor! 😉

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      1. It’s a learning experience! A dozen years after my son’s illness, I would go through it with my late father after vascular surgery, and most recently, last April with my husband, a dialysis patient. His infection grew into a full-blown MSSA infection he still isn’t completely over.

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  2. Hi Linda, I’m so glad you’re home and feeling better 😊! I know that saying thank you doesn’t feel significant enough, but as a hospital worker…it is so very much appreciated 😊 …specifically that you said it with your own, healthy voice 😊

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