Visited Muys today. She's a bit tired, but seemed ok. Nurse told me they do think it's an infection, but as her blood wasn't as good as it should have been, chances are she had a little stroke, but that's not certain yet, they are going to do some more tests. So she will be in the hospital for a couple of more days.
As for my sister: well, her life is going to change a lot from now on. How long she will be able to keep him home, depends on how fast his delusions will take over his mind and looking at the last few months, it could well be really fast. He can't be left alone anymore, so it will be getting very difficult for her. They have a beautiful house in the midst of the woods and a lot of animals (chickens, geese, ducks, dogs) and all the taking care of comes down on her alone now.
And me? Well, visiting mom every day, I get a bit too much exercise for my hip that needs to be operated on yet, because they've put her in the farthest corner of this huge hospital and I have to walk that distance twice a day and drive an hour to and fro in sometimes heavy traffic.
So, I'm grateful for all the hugs you've send our way. Keeps me going.
Good thing the lambing season is late this year, lambs will not show for another month.
Love you all.
Like scattered leaves...my words will flow