I am a stay at home mom who is trying to remain humored by the material my little girls provide me with on a daily basis.
What else? Let's see...I love sneaking quiet moments with my hubby, could go antique shopping every day, and enjoy gardening...even pulling the weeds!
I have recently been diagnosed with a couple of brain tumors-an acoustic neuroma and a meningioma. Thankfully both are benign, just large and not very fun to remove. I haven't blogged for a while, but am reviving it to post prayer requests and updates on my health in a manner that friends can access easily. Thanks for following along!
It's possible that Kerry is more afraid of tape coming off her arm than she was the actual surgery. But there is good news behind this fear - some of the wires and tubes are already off. She is cleared to go to the main floor but there are no beds so she will probably spend another night in ICU. This is fine for Kerry because of the nurse/patient ratio. It's not so great for those of us who like to be near her at night.
She looks amazing, even though she did get the dreaded yellow "fall risk robe" today. She calls it the scarlet letter of ICU. I think most of you would be shocked if you saw how good she looks.
This morning her first words were "I slept SO good" (from 2:30am - 5:00am). We are thankful for good sleep.
Her pain has steadily dropped from 7 to 5 to 4 to 3 so that seems to be under control. We are thankful.
Her appetite seems to be gaining momentum as well. In fact, I would say gaining momentum is the best way to describe her overall status. Her CT looked great.
Please continue to pray for many of the same things:
-continued pain management
-a room to open up
-continued momentum in healing
-continued strength to work hard toward recovery
This is probably my last blog unless specific prayer requests change. I will let her add the color when she is ready. I can't wait to hear how she describes hearing the spinal fluid dripping in her head (normal).