time out for healing

Posted: October 15, 2019 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time

Old Man Crow was very sick last week, ended up going to emergency at RPA on Thursday afternoon after the GP found blood in his urine sample. The CT scan showed a 5mm kidney stone stuck 3/4 of the way down the ureter, so they put him on IV antibiotics and then bypassed the stone with a stent on Friday afternoon. They sent him home on Saturday and he is slowly feeling better but will have more procedures over the next few months before he is all clear, will know more at the end of the month when he sees the urologist again.
Everyone at RPA treated him with such amazing grace, good humour and compassion, doctors and nurses are angels in disguise for sure
will be a bit quiet here in It’s Crow Time

  1. Tina says:

    Oh my goodness .. sending prayerful Blessings. Thank goodness he is on the mend. And yes I totally agree that the nurses I have been taken care of me and the nurses I call my family and friends are angels for sure.
    Big hugs …

  2. Martine Bos says:

    Oh Mo i’m so sorry, he must be in so much pain. Hopefully he’s going better soon and thankful for the nice people around him.
    I’ll pray for him to feel better soon and for you to stay strong. Sending love……………

  3. shiborigirl says:

    Glad to hear he’s back home and treatment plans in place. Enjoy the quiet time and well wishes from here. Xo

  4. Marti says:

    In your quiet, please know that all around the world, we send healing thoughts, blessings for the next few months and most of all love, for you both have so touched each and every one of us. Every day, Rod’s name will be spoken with intention, candle lit for daily blessing, rosemary, juniper and sage for healing and protection plus focus on the raw piece of turquoise that I have, turquoise stone of sky and water, stone of healing.

  5. grace says:

    DEAR mo and Rod….i will go down to the creek today that is clear and fast flowing, will
    sail a small shred of cloth prayer into it, cheering it on as it sails away
    BIG LOVE to you both, i will carry You in my heart through the days
    Love Love

  6. Nanette says:

    Healing thoughts and wishes coming your way. Kidney stones are nasty!

  7. dinahmow says:

    Soft and peaceful healing , Mr Crow.

  8. Lana says:

    I never met your Old Man Crow, but I wish him a speedy recovery and I know he will surely receive an outpouring of love from all his and your friends. Much love from me as well.

  9. Els says:

    Ahhhhh Mo ! So sorry to hear that ! I hope he is getting better soon !!! All the best to him ! Take good care of him !
    (I KNOW you will 😉 !)

  10. Dear old man Crow, and Mo a candle burns here in Manhattan tonight and my thoughts and love are flying over to you both.

  11. tovke says:

    O mai…painfull! Lots of healing thoughts and hugs….you must have been very scared
    Be safe

  12. Liz A says:

    sending well wishes and hopes for full healing as soon as that may be …

  13. barry says:

    MC – wow – that all sounds serious and painful. Glad they have OMC back on the way to full recovery -,pass on positive vibes. B

  14. ravenandsparrow says:

    Oh poor Rod! Ow ow ow. I’m joining everyone here in wishing him a blessed quiet time resulting in complete recovery.

  15. Carol says:

    Dear Mo and Rod, sending you both much love and healing wishes for Rod. You are both so loved, you will feel it coming from all around the world. ((((Rod)))) ((((Mo))))

  16. Margaret says:

    A BIG healing hug to you Rod..O….hope you are feeling better soon..

  17. Rod Crow says:

    Thank you everyone for your beautiful thoughts. It helps. The stone’s been painful but apparently the infection nearly killed me. On the mend now. You can’t get rid of me that easy!

  18. Nancy says:

    Oh no! OMC must have been in so much pain! Sending love and big wishes for quick healing, surrounded in LOVE. xo

  19. Hazel says:

    Wishing/sending love & care for both of you. xox

  20. Beth says:

    (((Mo & Rod))) Sending love.

  21. Judy Martin says:

    Want to wrap both of you in velvet hand stitch – take care xoxo

  22. debgorr says:

    So sorry to hear this… Hope everything is better soon.

  23. deemallon says:

    a few days late here, but no less the well-wishes for a speedy recovery. So sorry Rod is going through this.

  24. Saskia says:

    a heartfelt ‘ouch’ Rod & Mo, friends who have experienced this have told me how extremely painful it is! hope each day you start feeling better Rod!

  25. Acey says:

    best wishes from start to finish. Been there. changed diet massively in the wake of it.

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Acey))) it’s not an easy ride that’s for sure! What dietary changes did you make besides drinking a lot more water which is all the advice he has received so far, he sees the urologist on the 30th and will know more then.

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