"I know, right?" "Yeah, yeah, yeah." "Sure. Sure." "So....."
People, please. VOCABULARY. I'm "just sayin' ". Unfortunately, in my many months spent here I have adopted the last of those sayings. I find myself saying "So...." a lot. Also, I'm harkening younger days and really enjoying saying that "I'm j" when I'm jealous of someone. I shouldn't admit that. Too late now..... But really, people, please use words together that make sense and that don't repeat themselves so as to make a complete thought.
NOW, here is the way we (me, Rambo, and my mother in law) have been spending the last six days:
A couple of things:
YES - my hair changed color. You know what, I can do whatever I want!! :)
The Rambo sign was made by two wonderful people here overnight. They put a lot of effort into it, and it LOOKS GREAT and was a great surprise. And I have added the red headband that every single "Rambo" sign has had.
The freaky clowns were NOT my idea. Yes, I did keep that picture small on purpose.
And the video is showing off his newest trick. We thought he was a handful before......
So, (hahaha- just kidding!) My mother in law drove up with me on Friday night when Theodore was transferred so that I wouldn't be alone. She just so happened to be the one who took us to the ER so she was stuck with the job. This appeased Ben and has been quite nice for me to not be lonely on my long days at the hospital. Unfortunately for her, she's stuck here until who knows when. I'm certainly not working on how to get her home- I want company! Plus, we've been keeping ourselves pretty entertained. And that's how I'm leaving that.
Today, most likely, Rambo will be moved to IMC. Yes, the ACTUAL IMC, so I hear. But there have been some new and strange things afoot at the circle K today that have me questioning a few things. In any situation, he is getting out of ICU. We do not have a really clear picture of what the plan is. Pulmonary has come up and seen him. We have been the hoops with the ICU team and the discharge coordinator about coming home on a vent for night time. Now we just have to get EVERYBODY on board with it. Each time we move it's starting from scratch and that is most definitely starting to get old.
I'll play catch up on here later. I'll give more details and fill in the gaps but for right now Rambo is doing well. Trach collar during the day and vent at night. Still increased oxygen but we will hopefully be working on that soon.
Enjoy the pictures! Except for the one of the clowns, and have a nice day. Enjoy the sunshine for me.