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Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Hi all, I haven't figured out how to add a new blog so the last one that I left I am editing,
I am still alive, but haven't been fairing to well. I have spent so much time in the hospital I think that is were my address should be. Right now I am dealing with spinal issues. They think that I have broken my pelvis or my lumbar vertibrae, it was kind of a freak thing, but it doesn't seem to have to be much for me any more. I have had bouts with bad gastroparesis bad enough that I had to be hospitalized for 9 days each time. I have been to the ER many times some with blood sugars at fasting 560. Couldn't get them down no matter water, and walking, nothing, and water actually made them go up again.
I have a new grandson, well he was born in June so not so new. So I have 5 wonderful grandchildren wonderful family. I wasn't well enough to go to church nor to go to our family easter. That has been difficult to say the least. It seems that my lupus and everything has been running rampid since the oild spill near my parents home. But it is what it is. Everyday that I wake up I think I am a lucky woman, and God isn't through with me yet.
Take care all, I think of all of you all the time, and I am hoping that soon I will be able to sit at the computer for a little longer, as I am supposed to be a team leader, and haven't done much of anything with any of my Spark people for a long time, I know that I need to, but sometimes right now it is hard to eat a craceker.
Take care all, Blessings, Diana
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    Diana
    Hope you are doing better. We miss you on the Lupus team. I'm sending prayers and positive thoughts for you for improved health. You've been through so many challenges but still continue to stay positive and strong in spirit! Take care, Cathy
    3471 days ago
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