That is when you know he is trying to fight back to his normal self…
After the run and the shower, my brother and I sat down in our balcony enjoying the strong winds on the fifth floor waiting for breakfast. My dad, who had observed us (from his bed) settling down in the balcony immediately declared… “Amio aasbo”. (I will join too!!).
If you remember from my previous trip, he would shuffle with the walker and mom and the helper would hold him or carry a chair behind him in case he collapsed. In a remarkable example of how he is fighting back to achieve a better “new normal”, he declared “Ami nijei aasbo” (I will come by myself).
Slowly but surely, one tentative step at a time, he did make it to the balcony, turned around and dropped himself on the chair.
“Ebar ektu cha dao”. (He asked mom for some tea).
That is a sure sign of he getting as close to his past self as he can. You know the other sign? – he immediately started complaining about expenses that we are incurring on his behalf. The next post will be about that. There was a well laid trap he fell into in that!!
Well down ,Kaku .Keep it up .Hope to see more progress of your health .Get well soon .
Darun picemosai hattechen sob tomader chesta
Kakur progress dekhe khub bhalo lagche. Taratari sustho hoye uthun
That is the tenacity ,he thought you once rajib