Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Loss Time


I have a total loss of memory for 3-4 months (Feb-June). I don't remember being admitted to the hospital , but my therapist says I was in patient. I don't remember consenting to the ECT, but apparently I did. I don't remember appointments I had with my other specialist. What upsets me the most is I can not remember the songs that were played at my Son's memorial service. I have shed so many tears the last several months and continue to cry almost everyday. If they are bottled in heaven it must be getting full. I'm resting on a verse. Blessed are they that morn for they shall be comforted. My friend is doing better which is good.

8 comments:

Denise said...

I am so happy that your friend is doing better. God is bottling all of your precious tears sweetie, they can be good for the soul, be refreshed precious one. I love you.

IK said...

Struggling to remember such recent events can be painful. Cry when you need to, there is no such thing as too much though one can get sick of it. I am glad that your friend is doing better.

Take care! *hugs* <3

NOS said...

Maybe the memory loss has something to do with the ECT? But also depression can really do a number on one's system. I'm sorry you lost the time you have. That must be really difficult. Just know that I'm here and I care. A lot. You're a great person, Wanda. Even if you can't see it, it's true.

Wishing you well,
NOS

Prayer Girl said...

May God hold and bless all those who are suffering.

PG

Karen said...

That is good news about your friend...

Tears are part of the healing process...and the Lord will always catch them...

sarah said...

(((((wanda)))))

Dreaming again said...

I can't remember all of them, but I know I can only Imagine and When I get where I'm going
were played at Chris' funeral.

Ask RS ... he'll know.

63mago said...

I read that loss of memory is a side effect of the treatment you had.