The doctors have decided that Lilly may leave. We will take oxygen with us and she will be hooked up to it for naps and nighttime. However, being that it is Sunday, the medical supply places are closed. Soooooo ... Lilly and I will be here another day and night. Sigh ...
They will take her back off the oxygen once she wakes up this morning and just put it on during sleep, so they can monitor what it will be like at home. It's 10:20 a.m. as I type this and Lilly is STILL sleeping! She was up until midnight last night though. I'll be glad when she gets through this late night partying stage.
An old Nestle Quik commercial popped into my head this morning. It's from way back when the Nestle Quik rabbit would say (or maybe it was the kids in the ad that said this) that "patience is a virtue." (Ha! Can't imagine any "virtues" being presented in any modern ads!) Anyway, Lilly and I will continue working on that virtue of patience today.
"Now may the Lord direct your hearts into the love of God and into the patience of Christ." - 2 Thessalonians 3:5
OK I better get a mental to-do list in my head for today so that I don't get depressed. Reading mixed with exercising mixed with Bible word searches and over course holding Lilly as much as possible . . . I'm feeling more upbeat already. (Thank you so much K.S. for dropping off the word search book - I've been enjoying it!)