I sent Gladys money in time for her appointment at the Kakamega Hospice yesterday. She was unable to go but had been told that she can get someone to pick up her drugs and prescription for her, so her niece did. She got some drugs from the hospice and some from a pharmacy. I guess these are the chemotherapy drugs.
I just spoke to Gladys and she sounds OK. She tells me she is in less pain and was able to sleep soundly for the first time in a long time. Her only complaints are that her back and leg are still in pain but she is hopeful that as she continues to take the medication it will ease.
She is so grateful for all the help and the financial support. I am glad that she is getting the help she needs. It’s also a blessing that she is at home because if she was in Nairobi, there would have been no one to take care of her. It’s great that her family is around to help and support her.
Again, thanks for your support and prayers. I also pray that the money we have so far will go a long way in helping her get treatment. I sent her 4,000/- with which she got drugs for a week and still remained some cash. I thank God for everything.
God bless you 🙂