28 May 2011

trying to stay positive...

Jonah, my perfect medicine

The biggest problem when you get Bells Palsy is staying positive. The Doctors tell you to take the meds and wait for it to get better. That kind of news can make anyone depressed. I know I should try to be more patient. But sometimes I lose hope, especially when I see the same droopy face at the mirror every morning. The good news is it should be temporary. And luckily, I have my son : the way he makes me laugh, even if I don't want to smile... he's my perfect medicine!

9 comments :

  1. Hang in there LieN...it will get better. :) And what beautifully adorable "medicine" you have too.

    ReplyDelete
  2. I understand that that must be difficult to keep the spirits up. But it is the best therapy. And by seeing the face of your small chap, I am sure that he has to arrive there marvelously. Good courage!!! Hugs

    ReplyDelete
  3. I'm so sorry for you! I didn't know what Bells Palsy is, so I google it... what a bad thing! As you said, the good news is that it is temporary...keep hope! Soon, it will be a bad memory! Hugs

    ReplyDelete
  4. Thinking of you LieN, hoping tomorrow will be a better day for you, and your gorgeous little cutie!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Thinking of you Lien, your little boy medicine looks like a very sweet kind to take. Hope each day is more positive. hugs Elizabeth

    ReplyDelete
  6. Oh Lien....sending best wishes. Spend lots of time with Jonah!

    ReplyDelete
  7. LieN I am so sorry to read that. Also googeled it as I did not know what it is. I understand you are not in the best mood but chin up, things will turn better.
    I really feel with you and hope you feel better today.

    Hugs
    Corinna

    ReplyDelete
  8. I hope it goes away fast, sweetie! I also googled and it said usually 3-6 mos. Also, it's more likely if you're pregnant, so maybe you have more medicine on the way. :)

    ReplyDelete