Sunday, October 29, 2006


We'd like to thank everyone who has called, e-mailed or dropped by at the hospital over the last few days. Your support has meant the world to us.

Yesterday we enjoyed (yes, actually enjoyed) a pleasant evening, watching the sunset from the window of our new view condo at Swedish, with live guitar, companionship, grooming and supplies from home provided by our wonderful family and friends.

Lisa is currently reclining in the Trendelenburg position. No, this is not a property development in the Central Cascades. This means the bed is pitching up at about 10 degrees.

Dr. Bohmke is here now and she has good news. Further study of the yesterday ultrasound pics suggests that the dilation and prolapsing are not as advanced as originally thought. That doesn't mean we can go for a bike ride, but Lisa will get some milder drugs to replace the magnesium IV drip, and her fluid restrictions are now officially lifted.


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