Included in this post are photos of Teresa’s current room, and the first popsicle she’s gotten to enjoy since being in the hospital. She was still mostly NPO, but desperately needed something to moisten her throat and nothing was working. I asked about popsicles because you (usually) eat them slowly, both giving moisture to your mouth and throat and not overloading your stomach. She LOVED it!
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