No Challenge Today

Sorry everyone. I forgot what today even was I’m so out of it. I may not be able to post for a few challenges. Or family is going through what looks like the beginning stages of some sort of dementia for my mother. We’re in the middle of deciding the proper course of action. It’s pure hell I wish on on one. Wish her the best please.

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12 Comments on “No Challenge Today”

  1. Will be praying for you, your mum and all of your family, Shane. I can only imagine how difficult this is. – Lisa

  2. Liss Thomas says:

    So sorry Shane. I wish you and your family all the best during what I know to be a difficult time.

  3. Hey, Shane. Please know that my thoughts are with you during this difficult time.

    Mitch

  4. Kelly says:

    Strength to you and to her, Shane, as you work through what’s next. The Kid and I are thinking of you.

    Hugs,

    Kelly

  5. Tom King says:

    Wow I am so sorry to hear that! You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  6. I know, from personal experience with one of my family members, what you are going through. And, I agree it is hell, but you will somehow come through it.

    My thoughts are with you.

  7. That’s rough, Shane. I am very sorry. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

  8. Kirsten Beach says:

    Sending you strength and encouragement and thanks for the conduit to have a voice. Be kind to yourself and don’t expect too much of yourself during the journey. ❤

  9. Shane,

    Like all of the people commenting here, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. My mother in law suffered a stroke on Christmas 2006. The whirlwind that ensued was mind blowing – but we survived. Reach out to others for rest and comfort. Remember to give yourself rest too – both physically and mentally.

    Please let us know if we can do anything.

    Colleen

  10. julie says:

    Sorry to hear about this Shane. That’s rough.

    If you need any help, just holler.
    Julie

  11. Shane, it’s never easy, but it’s harder at the holidays. Hopefully, if it’s really “early stages” there’s effective treatment that can help buy you all some good time to adjust and figure out how to take care of her and the rest of the family without too much trauma.


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