1. Island Fever 6: Sanctuary Ch. 03


    Date: 10/30/2018, Categories: Diary, Lesbian, Straight Sex, Romance, Author: JeremyDCP, Source: sexstories.com

    [[[-IF6-P3.TXT-]]] ---------------- Island Fever 6: Sanctuary Written by: JeremyDCP M/F, F/F and a whole lot more ---------------- Chapter 03: "Matriarch" ------------------------------------------- -*- Sunday, October 2, 2016 -*- -*- Allentown, Pennsylvania -*- "Take another bite of your _Jell-O_, Mom? Just one more. Please do it for me." It was late in the afternoon; the time was 4:43pm and Devon and I had been here at the hospital visiting her mother, Eileen, since bright and early this morning. For the past four hours, mother and daughter had been going back and forth on this whole _Jell-O_ ordeal. "No," Eileen said for the hundredth time, making a bitter face and looking away. "No more." The heart attack that Eileen suffered seven days ago had put her in a very bad place emotionally. While she was of out the danger zone physically, for the most part, she was not recuperating as fast as the doctors had expected either. "Okay," Devon frowned, setting the dessert dish down in defeat. This past week saw Eileen's status upgraded from critical to fair, and she now rested in the cardiac care unit instead of the intensive care unit. Still, it brought forth its share of challenges. After she had been taken off of the ventilator treatment, Eileen had trouble swallowing, a common side effect of having a plastic tube inserted in the windpipe. As a result, Devon's mother refused to eat much of anything. Plus, she hated the oxygen mask that the staff forced her to wear, and was not ...
    too keen on the routine laps through the halls they made her take. In fact, Eileen was argumentative, quite irritable and just plain hateful. But could anyone blame her? I often equated being in a hospital bed to a prison sentence. "I know you don't like it here, Mom, but the only way you're going to get out and go back home is to listen to the doctors and do what they say. I'm going to lay off of the eating thing for awhile, but you need to go on a walk soon." "It's not that I don't like it here," Eileen said sadly. Her voice was still incredibly weak from the three whole days of being on the ventilator. It took a lot of effort for her just to speak. "You're wrong. I absolutely HATE it here." Seeing and dealing with her mother in her current mindset had taken an incredible toll on Devon. "You need to listen to the doctors, Mom, and do what they say," she reiterated. "Only then when you will be allowed to go home." Yet, Devon had been as gentle and kind with her responses and many suggestions as her frazzled nerves allowed her to be. This had been a very trying stretch for Devon, obviously, with her mother being hospitalized, not to mention her gut-wrenching admission to me some six days ago of being the victim of past childhood sexual abuse by her father, who was now deceased. Both she and I were running on very little sleep. All of our recent meals had been served on hospital cafeteria trays. "No one wants to be in a hospital bed," Devon told her. "All of us want to get you ...
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