I have come to realize you have to have patience in order to be a patient or family of a patient with this disease. One day at a time can be reduced to one moment at a time. Baby steps. If that is what it takes then so be it.
Shell had a tough night as she was very uncomfortable due to reduction of pain medication. She is trying so hard to handle the pain as she knows this is her best chance to regain appetiete and get moving.
She sat in chair for half hour but when they tried to get her to move she became very nauseas so had to go back to bed.
Shell's sister Karen and her mom and dad showed up around lunch time so GG proceded to feed Shell, that was until Shell proclaimed her mom to be the popsicle nazi.
We had a visit by Dr. Souf just prior to lunch. We again discussed thye possibility of an alternative surgery if the right flap doesn't respond. We are going to give it another couple days to see if it reponds and also to get Shell up and moving in order to be better prepared for another surgery if needed.
I will blog again tonight for all you "blog stalkers" as Rob and I are going to take Zoe for a walk. She is out of sorts without her mom and has been neglected in the walking department.
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