.8 and rising.....Docs came by. They are thrilled with his progress. He is still foggy. He ordered eggs and toast but only took one bite of each, but hey it's one bite more than yesterday.
Pastor Aaron stopped by. He is the Chaplain that has been so helpful in Scott's journey. I could tell he did not want his picture taken, it's a little fuzzy.
I tried to pin down the docs on when we are going home. Karen is driving us, so I need to coordinate. They are leaning towards tomorrow!!! I need to pack!!! They said they would make a decision on their rounds in the morning. Then they order up his prescriptions, educate us on them, and send us home.
So I flushed my first pic line today. I asked the nurse to show me how. I probably could have done it without instruction, I have seen it done so many times. I will be flushing each of his lines every day that he does not have a nurse do it in Green Bay. The normal thing is to have a home health nurse come by the house every few days to draw blood. They will also be changing the bandage on his PICC line weekly. I don't want to gamble on getting a good nurse every time coming out to Denmark, so I made the executive decision to request that all of our blood draws be done at the Bellin Cancer Center in Green Bay. That is where Scott received his outpatient Chemo, and we know the nurses, they are familiar with all this and he loves his doctor there. It will be our outing two or three times a week.
I will post in the morning as soon a I have news. After that, I'm just giving everyone fair warning, we are going dark for a few days. So don't get all nervous or think anything is wrong. They warned us that adjusting to home takes a couple of days, and we just want some peace and quiet with the boys.