Ginny Moore's Recovery

Ginny Moore was taken to the emergency room on November 24th with excruciating back pain. They ran some tests and found out there were quite a few different things going on. 
Kidney stones caused a UTI,  which went untreated until she just couldn't stand the pain anymore. That infection spread into her bloodstream causing her to go septic. That's when they decided to admit her to ICU. Since admission, she has been diagnosed with severe sleep apnea, cirrhosis of the liver and diabetic. 
November 29th they did surgery and removed most of the kidney stones, the largest one was 14 millimeters. During the postop, she was having trouble breathing and had to be intubated.  A feeding tube was also inserted
December 2nd, all of the tubes were removed and she is breathing on her own. There are still some kidney stones in the bladder, they are hoping that they will pass on their own. This last surgery was very hard on her and they don't think she will survive another one so soon. She is still currently in the ICU but in stable condition.
 Her husband Robert Moore has been trying to be by her side as much as he can while balancing taking care of their 3 kids and running his small landscaping business. Robert is the only employee so that means when he can't work there is no money coming in either. He also can do some minor home improvement repairs as well.  His son-in-law has recently helped with a couple of regularly scheduled lawn care jobs but he has a family of his own and a fulltime job.
Robert and Ginny have 3 children together all of which are still in school. They have a son who is autistic that Ginny is the main caregiver for.  Ginny pretty much takes care of all the household things, the children and keeping it all flowing like a well-oiled machine. That way Robert can run the family business.  That's one of the reasons why when she got sick it all came at once. 
Luckily what family they do have that lives nearby has been staying at the hospital and helping with the kids as much as they can.
This is a family I have known for quite a while and I can tell you they are the nicest people. Always willing to help anyone with anything they can, no questions asked.  Robert is also a Marine, he was medically discharged a few decades ago. If anyone knows of any places that can help a Veteran when something like this happens please let us know by leaving a comment.
I am hoping that by setting this up they might have a Merry Christmas and take one less worry off of Ginny's mind. She is one determined woman to get better soon and realizes the rough road she has ahead of her and the necessary lifestyle changes that entails accomplishing all her goals. 
Without your generosity, prayers and well wishes, I am not sure what the future will hold for this family and if Ginny will be able to fully recover and be able to hold her new, 3-week old Grandbaby again.
The family wishes to extend a heartfelt Thank You for all of the prayers, get well soon sentiments and all of the help that has been shown so far.
Thank you for reading all of this and prayers are still needed and very welcomed.


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Brian Miller 
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