Sherry would gain ground after half of her liver was cut out and start spending time in the yard. She would work at landscaping, improving the house and putting in a gravel drive by hand. Each winter she would lose ground and not quite gain it all back the next spring. About three years before she died, Sherry would lay down and would sleep more than 20 hours a day for about seven months. Research pointed to a folic acid deficiency. Adding it to her diet, at such times that I could wake her up long enough to eat, awoke her from her seven month sleep within a few days. Again, if I had to do it over again, I would let her sleep. After this, she would never be reliably mobile again. Her job would retire her. I would empty half of my retirement savings in order to avoid bankruptcy. We would have to start dealing with Sedgwick