Donna Durbidge-Verrall Holy shit….it takes at least 2yrs to recover fully from any surgery but when your on life support it takes even longer…the meds they used to keep my dad alive & the huge blood transfusions they told my mum he would suffer huge psychosis & depression…which he did & in the end it was fishing out on the breakwall that finally turned him around so be kind & gentle on yourself. Your body has been through immense trauma & shock!!… look after yourself
Damn Lynne life is cruel sometimes but your a survivor but emotionally I can’t grasp how you coped & are still coping…take time & go slow but with the amount of meds used to keep your poor body going must’ve been immense & for such a long stint!!…ICU are scary scary places like being in another world!!…
And sometimes, I just want to be here alone in the Quietness. Sad and All. Thinking things over. The surf is softly in the background and I have Baez on and I am simply quiet.
Then I come across the Facebook memories from 2014.
Kati BraithwaitetoLynne Sanders-Braithwaite13 September 2014 at 19:27 ·Quite a few of you have been asking for an update on Mum Lynne Sanders-Braithwaite Yesterday they stopped Mum’s sedation. We are still waiting for her to wake up. The pneumonia doesn’t appear to be getting worse but her lungs have been badly damaged. It is just a waiting game at this stage. Thanks again everyone
three days off facebook and look what happens? Sweety… I miss you: you’re lightness in the dark, your truth in the face of adversity and your joy of little big things; like flowers and sunsets and children and farm settings and good music. Please get better… please, please, please get better
Kirsty Louise Bamback
Today is world Sepsis Day, it is currently one of the biggest killers in the world, with one dying every few seconds, yet it is the least funded and researched of all infectious diseases. Read up, and donate today!!
We miss you Lynne – not the same without your clever posts and beautiful images – hope you’re recovering quickly xx
Mary Ann BaxtertoLynne Sanders-Braithwaite
Get better soon, Lynne, we all miss you!!! XOXOXOXOXOX_________________________
100 roses for a very special lady who means so much to so many. Get well soon Lynne.
Kati are you able to give us an update on your Mum?
Karen Sanders DarbyLynne Sanders-Braithwaite
Thinking of you Lynne Sanders-Braithwaite sending positive healing thoughts and love, you are a Sanders they are strong and long living.
This is A Sanders Rambling White Rose from England hope it can help with the healing
Julia HardakertoLynne Sanders-Braithwaite
Lynne you are so missed and we want you back and fighting fit among those that treasure you!!!! Love to you and beaming up big strong ones to help you recover quickly!!!!!! Xxxx🙋
can never resist roses, so let’s start a rose chain for her… This is Princess de Monaco, my favourite rose… it has the most amazing perfume…
I expect it to adorn your head at the next Raleigh Rumblings.
Thinking of you. Love you lots xo