Harv sat in a chair. He stood up, but not for long. Felt nauseous and dizzy so they didn't push it.
They have let him progress to a popsicle which was a bit more exciting than ice chips.
He's resting now and I wish I was, too, but can't...
Hoping he can stand again and maybe even take a few steps.
(Pray for the man in the bed next to Harv. Not sure what the whole issue is, but I think he has some neurological problems. His wife seems so pleasant and loving. I bet she is EXHAUSTED and sad.)
These kinds of situations make me really appreciate nurses, etc. Seriously. Harv's nurse has been great, but I can tell she's losing steam today. When she arrived, she was a bit perkier than she was a few minutes ago. (The man next to Harv is requiring a lot of care.)And, so... I guess say a prayer for all the people taking care of all the people. It's a tough job.
Special shout out to my friend, Nahla and her family... I stocked up on some delicious Lebanese food from Mediterranean Specialties before I drove down and it is yuuuuuuuuuuuum-MY!!
And a shout out to Susie and Mark who made a trip this morning to get me a latté so I could start my day just right.