… more duh-duh-duh-Ddddddddd’s …
“D” is for DONE. Test was done real quick. She was a champ and did not even need sedation. First impression of the spinal fluid was that it was “nice and clear”. That’s a good thing. Infected fluid is cloudy fluid. Now they will look at it microscopically and try to see if they can grow any staph or other bacteria.
“D” is also for …
Amanda sat up in bed at lunch and ate some chicken noodle soup and a buttered roll. She did pretty good. Musta been delicious. (I sampled it and it was pretty good – you know – for hospital food.)
Popcorn is also delicious – and my dear Teddy knows that I really really like popcorn – good ‘ole buttered, caramel, cheddar, or kettle corn. He’s been buying me bags of it so I have something to snack on either at the hospital or at home when I’m recharging my batteries.
“D” is for DEAR.
There I was, waiting my turn at the hair salon last night with my eyes closed … and just as I drifted off to sleep someone starts kicking my foot. A co-worker at the surgical center I work at had read my postings and knew I was going to be at the salon and she happened to have an appointment right near mine and came with a lovely gift: a very sweet card, a puzzle book !!!!! Yay Yay Yay! I have a puzzle book to work on at the hospital when I’m bored. And a bag of chocolates – not just any chocolates but Hershey’s HUGS. I really like my job – I tell people that all the time. But when you can work with people you like (and Krista – my salon friend- is not the only co-worker I can say I like) and to be able to call them my friends – THAT is so very DEAR.
Enough duh-duh-duh Dddddd’s for now.