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Thank you, Grannie G.
Sadly, things are not good with my dad.
He is still connected to the machines, the tracheotomy seems that is not working (did it on Monday).
After the surgery I went to see him, this time just me and this time the first time for myself to see him live. The moment I went in my heart fell into millions of pieces. He has 40-45 kg. just bones. While his face was full of joy, I was dying inside. I cannot describe the pain I felt, I don't think anyone invented the words for such pain.
I could read on his lips: I love you.
The doctor said he doesn't know what will be next. If he will not breathe alone, he will stay like this until something else will happen: infections, kidney failures, etc and he will eventually die.
There are small good things like him being able to eat alone and solid food, or that he is optimistic, but that is about it.
That visit killed me. I cannot understand how all of this domino of bad luck happened.
I’m sorry to hear that your Dad is still so poorly. It is very hard to see someone we love in such a state. The only thing I can think to say is to keep on hoping for the best and do it fiercely.
Will be thinking of you and hoping that you have encouraging news soon