Grandpas in the hospital and keeps looking at the clock.
Grandpa had 2 strokes within a month of each other. He is doing better now. He keeps looking at the clock on the wall like every minute to 5 minutes. What does that mean if any?
Perhaps a family member (such as yourself) may consider a pleasant distraction such as soothing music played using headphones, etc may do the trick, as well as relax. Best wishes!
It might mean......he wants to know the time!....shhhh don't tell anyone!
Grandpa is marking the passage of time...........no more, and no less.
He might heal, and he might pass.........I can not tell you of these things........but the " clock" is unimportant to either circumstance.
I wish your family well........
There might be no other meaning besides they find looking at the clock fascination and it might also entertain them since there are no other entertainment in the hospital.To know more about medical billing online, visit http://advantmedicalbilling.com/what-is … al-biller/
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