Thank you for your interest! She is doing well health wise; but the discomfort in her mouth is continuos. But she is alive and that's what matters.
Cancer is running rampant all around us. I lost my brother in law in May to colon cancer. My dearest friend's 16 year old granddaughter has been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. And last week I learnt that a sister in law, 65 and the most health oriented woman I know, has terminal cancer that has spread to her lung and lymphatic system, with a tumor in her groin. It is overwhelming!
On the other hand, my mother is 101 and goes out to the mall to walk everyday and my mother in law is 99 and her hearing is perfect so you can carry a perfect conversation with her. So, I count my blessings and try to keep positive and enjoy everyday while I try to help others.
Yours was a simple question, and I emptied my heart in answering. Thank you, it was cathartic.