Of Bear's Night... in And So It Goes....

  • June 24, 2020, 6:33 p.m.
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The staff almost had to send Bear to the hospital. He had red drainage from his rectum, projectile emesis and severe dyspepsia. Bloodwork was ordered. If these symptoms present, again They said he would be sent out to the hospital. I was very, very worried about him. I was going to see if one of my daughters could take me down there to the nursing home where he is.

lyricalheart June 24, 2020


chocolatechip lyricalheart ⋅ June 24, 2020

I am sorry, but I do not feel that a smiley face is at all appropriate for the information I gave in the entry, "Of Bear's Night". Sure, it is a free country, and yes you do not owe anyone anything, but I did not appreciate that, lyricalheart.

MyDronedLife chocolatechip ⋅ June 24, 2020

It is a hug emote. Not just a smile. They were offering a hug during your difficult time. 🤦🏻‍♀️

lyricalheart MyDronedLife ⋅ June 25, 2020

Thank you @MyDronedLife.

chocolatechip lyricalheart ⋅ June 25, 2020

thanks :)

lyricalheart chocolatechip ⋅ June 25, 2020

Heh... that's ok. I really hope things turn out ok for Bear.

lyricalheart chocolatechip ⋅ June 25, 2020

It's a hug emoji. 😒

chocolatechip lyricalheart ⋅ June 25, 2020

o k my bad :) and thank you :)

lyricalheart chocolatechip ⋅ June 25, 2020

No prob. :)

Purple Dawn June 24, 2020

Can people go into the nursing home to visit? We still can't up here

chocolatechip Purple Dawn ⋅ June 24, 2020

They are accepting visitors. You have to make an appt. A triage nurse performs a routine assessment to determine if the visitor is exhibiting symptoms of the Corona Virus. They then have you fill out a brief questionnaire pre-visit. The visit must last no more than twenty minutes. If the visitor exceeds the time allotment, they risk losing the privilege of visitation.

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