Live from room K11 . . .
Aaron had a good day today. Since he is now alert enough to be bored, the other good news is that we discovered that we can indeed access the Internet from the hospital room. Shall we try some live blogging?
8:45 p.m.: Sitting in hospital room, waiting for nurse to come fiddle with IVs.
9:00 p.m.: Sitting in hospital room, watching nurse fiddle with IVs.
9:15 p.m.: Sitting in hospital room, watching nurse fiddle with IVs.
9:20 p.m.: Sitting in hospital room.
Well, I’m pretty disappointed in that little experiment.
Anyway, last night Aaron got some nice meds to help him sleep, with the only side effect being him waking up in the night in some sort of weird dreamlike state before figuring out where he was. Trippy is better than not sleeping, though. The pain was under control pretty well today, although it is always there. He walked around the hall and enjoyed the view of the city and mountains from the waiting room, which I also enjoyed for quite a while from the sunny, warm terrace garden area. If you have to hang around a hospital for a week, this is actually a pretty nice one to be in, especially this new wing.
One of the doctors talked to us some more about his blood coagulant levels this afternoon. Aaron was just started on a drip to get his blood thinned more; when it is at the right level, he can probably go home. It is looking like he might be able to go home Thursday, although it is still wait and see.
Please keep praying for (1) the blood anti-coagulants to get adjusted easily, (2) good rest at night, (3) good energy and exercise during the day, (4) pain control, and (5) boredom control.We got new pictures of our baby girl! I will get a couple up here soon.