Caregiving Chronicles: Difficult decisions and bad hospital TV

I’m sitting in a dimly lit hospital room next to a sleeping mom (Ho-Ho). She’s just been transferred from the neuro unit of one hospital to the acute rehab unit of another.

It’s like Groundhog Day ’round these parts; two lesions in four months. ER to rehab to home…and back.

Multiple Sclerosis is an asshole.

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My mom, Ardie Ho-Ho.

In an effort to introduce my mom to the ChicagoNow community, I penned an introductory post explaining our little life here in Chicago. Probably too candid, but she totally did have a perm and I am not going to lie about that. Or the fact that Ellis throws cereal on her floor. Like a boss.