One thing I haven't talked about what was going on in my life at the time I went into my coma. We had just moved from Denver, Colorado, to about twenty miles east of Colorado Springs and we lived a 35-acre ranch on the sandy plains. There were only about four neighbors within a mile … Continue reading Coma Part III – Human Side of Memories
There are so many things I remember while I was in my coma. I think I am going to break this down into two different posts. Time doesn’t exist when you are in a coma. It didn’t for me, at least not in a linear sense. I knew I was in a coma but could … Continue reading Coma – Part II Memories
My entry for Becca’s Nurturing Thursday challenge.
Cee has written the first part of her coma story, and I thought I’d write my side of it... what it’s like to sit beside the bed of someone you love dearly while they lie in a coma and on a ventilator. Coma. What an intimidating word. When the doctors tell you that your loved … Continue reading Sitting Beside a Coma