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Home again, home again, jiggety jig.

April 23, 2007

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Home again, home again, jiggety jig.

Well, we’re home. Lloyd called me at school around 10 and said that they could discharge him today! I shared that will the preschoolers who were busy making ‘Get Well’ cards. (Actually, some of them were making ‘Thank You’ cards – oh well.) I got to the hospital around noon, and things looked fine. They […]

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A quick look

April 23, 2007

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A quick look

I’ll try to put up a picture or two before I head off to work. Here you go: Lloyd, if you have the inclination, you should really write a little about this picture.

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Update 2

April 22, 2007

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He’s up and about, and doing well.  He had to lie still for six hours after the catheter was removed so he wouldn’t mess up the clotting of that wound.  We had some visitors during that time: Beth stopped by on her way back from Missouri and brought some ‘Dishes of Happiness’ – some yummy […]

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Heart Cath

April 22, 2007

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IMPORTANT: Read the post below this first. We named this post ‘Heart Cath’ because ‘Shaved Groin’ might have put you off.  So, it’s a little more serious now. The doctor came in and said he’d like to rule out myaparacarditis (spelling?), where the actual muscle is affected, not just the sac.  That involves doing a […]

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Desperate for material.

April 22, 2007

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As we’ve joked the past couple of days, “We’ll do anything for a good post!”  No pictures today, but many more to follow! Where to start? First of all, Lloyd’s ok. (Sounds ominous, eh?)  Let’s begin with what we’ve told countless nurses, aides, physicians’ assistants and a doctor.  As you know, Lloyd’s been sick with a cold […]

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Getting inside my head

November 1, 2006

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Getting inside my head

As some of you know, my eyes have been bothering me since I had an eye infection in July. I’ve been to an eye doctor a few times and he (after trying a few things that didn’t work) had me get an MRI. He actually got me in to get it really quickly. The bad […]

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