Thursday, January 28, 2010

Thank God it's Thursday!

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Yesterday we didn't have an internet connection, that's the explanation behind my silence. As you know, yesterday Maya had an MRI scan and all I can say is that I am grateful that today is Thursday and I can look back at "yesterday" and be glad it is over. It was very difficult for my baby, she had to fast for 6 hours before the scan, that meant no food and no drinks, no water from 8 o'clock in the morning...But she was so brave and well behaved...The most difficult moments were the ones after the scan, when she woke up from the anesthesia, she wasn't feeling well, she cried a lot...but we were there for her and we hold her and after half an hour she was taking small sips of water and after an hour she was running up and down the hospital halls...
One down...two more to go...Next week Maya is having an EEG and then with all the results we have to go to see the neorologist...the appointment is for the 22nd of February, so still a long time for me to wait and to worry...
I try not to think about it, at least not until we'll know for sure what the problem is. Then, at least, if there will be a problem of some kind, we'll be able to do something about it. I simply hate not being able to act, just to wait, wait, wait...
At least now she is at home with me and she's feeling fine, she is back at being happy, and playful and curious and unstoppable, in general. And as stubborn as a mule...
And myself? Trying not to think negative thoughts, reading to keep my mind busy and being a mother, that is what I am doing these days. I hope everything will settle back in a while because I am not able to write real writing, just this babble of some sorts. I am still confused from all that happened and I just lost my muse somewhere in the whirpools of events that swept me off my feet...
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5 comments:

Lena said...

I can't even imagine how tough it is for you and for Maya. There can't be nothing worse than a kid which is ill. And what brave little soldiers they are!

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StrawberryAnn said...

I think its more difficult for us as mothers as it is for the kids. Anyway, its hard...poore little one!

Aine Butler-Smith said...

Hang in there Ramona, and babble away.

My thoughts are with you.

Aine

Melissa (My World) said...

I am sorry to here all the hard times. I hope everything goes well. At least she is home now, and being as a normal child. Hope all turns out well for you and your daughter.

Audrey said...

Its so hard to see child go through so much pain. my thoughts are with you.

Audrey
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