Hi all of you,
I know that this is a language forum, but my grandmother who has dementia has been taken to hospital. I received a call from the hospital to inform me about it a little while ago. She’s 91 and has problems with her stomach and bladder and she also has a thrombus or thrombosis. The surgeon’s assistant told me I should not worry about her, because she had already had dinner and so far as he was aware of it she was rather fine. I know that one day I’m going to lose her, but since my mother died and I became estranged from my father, who also passed away last summer, I do worry. Please, some moral support would be welcome. Furthermore, united we stand, divided we fall, especially in times like these. The Belgian government has also decided that hospitals are not to allow visitors because of Covid-19. So I can’t go and see her and I haven’t seen her for over week. Because of the fact that my mother died at age 49 in 2002 and my father’s family deserted me too because I am gay, once again moral support is more than welcome. I have no family left, besides her. How do I not worry? Tell me.
Thank you very much.