I asked can she walk yet, they replied with we are not sure if she will Ever WALK AGAIN only time will tell.
They released her out of the hospital the next morning not knowing what was truly wrong with her but they let her go anyways. I brought my wife home with the thought that she will get better soon and will have a full recovery. She couldn’t talk yet but she was mumbling some words with great difficulty as for walking she need me to assist her with every single step she took. I had a few day’s to try to help her walk again because I was on winter break at that time but only a few day’s. I had to feed her and bath her every night. As day’s went by she wasn’t getting better at all, I was starting to get worried about if she would ever recover from this. Our son was 4000 miles away with his grandmother and auntie, but she want to try to speak to him but couldn’t even make a sentence yet. I ask her why do you want to worry him so much but her love took over her ability to create a sentence was there but nothing came out. But what we didn’t know was that our son was so sick he went to the hospital himself and was hooked up to a IV line to keep him from dehydrating. I didn’t want to tell her this because I was afraid she might get to upset and become over excited because she was so leak. Well it was time to go back to work for me because I needed to make money now. I was so worried about how she would take care of herself during the day so I decided to come home for lunch and check up on her every single day. One day I came home and she was gone. This brought a panic attack within me I looked everywhere for her, I finally found her leaning up against a telephone pole crying, she must of gotten lost. I got so mad at her and told her never to leave the house until she was better. That evening I wanted to have a drink of alcohol to release some anxiety that had boiled over. As I was drinking she begged me for some, I said what you are so weak you can’t even walk barely she started to cry for it please with her mumbling voice. I said ok only a little bit maybe, I could her some soft dink to have, she began to drink it and not even three minutes later she started to talk to me almost with a normal voice then she fell asleep right away. This was absolutely amazing how a drink of alcohol would create such an effect on her brain.
I will Be back tomorrow with the next chapter of my unbelievable story.
Will she get better and ever talk and walk again?