Reader’s hospital


Here’s LRN4’s current hospital building.  Looks pretty nice, huh?  Great Art courtesy of the exclusive iPhone-cam and part of my famous Machinery series.

Yeah, I know a building may not qualify as machinery, but there is a lot of machinery inside this one, so I’m counting it.

I think I need some new famous series, though.  Maybe one for gardens and one for architecture.  Wait a second, I think I’ll add them right now.

Okay, I’m back.  This post is now part of my famous Architecture and Machinery series.

Busy day today.  LRN4 finished her third and fourth radiation treatments, out of ten planned.  She’s 40% done!  And by the time I see her tomorrow morning, she’ll be halfway home.  Good thing.  The radiation doesn’t seem to be giving her negative side effects, but that stupid astronaut bed they made for her is extremely painful.  It appears to be pinching a nerve or something – her back and legs are extremely tender right now.  She’s going through some tough times.  Heavy sigh.  Stay tough, LRN4!

We moved up to the sixth floor in the hospital today.  That’s where the transplants from a different donor are done (as opposed to people on the fifth floor, who receive their own stem cells that were previously harvested).  We were just squatters on the fifth floor, although they treated us as one of their own.  Lots of nice people down there, both patients and nurses.  But we’re now where we need to be for LRN4’s transplant and recovery.

Today was day T-9!  We’re getting really close to the transplant.  Lots of things need to happen first, but the clock is counting down.  Getting excited!

We found out today we have a bunch of copays we need to make, so I’m bringing all the bills I can find to the hospital tomorrow to get them done.  We’re way beyond our maximum annual copay already, but we need to send out checks to all the doctors who need to be copaid.  Is that a word, by the way?  Now it is, at any rate.

Otherwise, not much going on here.  So I’ll leave my Loyal Readers with this exciting Morrowlife Employment Agency job opportunity: blogging duck!

See you tomorrow.

One Response to “Reader’s hospital”

  1. Shannon Says:

    The duck job looks pretty easy. I think I’ll apply.

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