Not a whole lot to update, which is good news, I guess, LOL. DH rested for a few hours after he got settled in at home in bed. He got up for awhile and had some strength back, at least his voice didn't sound so weak. He managed to eat a little. Some toast and watermelon. Later a banana. He got up for awhile in the evening and we took a little walk outside the front driveway. While sleeping during the night he kept having sweats and chills, which he said he was having in hospital all the time, too. Not sure what that's about. I just heard him up to use the bathroom and went down to check on him. oh yay, I get the grumpy, uncooperative patient.
Linda - the birdie lamp is finally lit!
I'm rarely ever one to unfriend someone on Facebook - unless it's just someone I barely knew in the first place and accepted their friend request and then as time went on realized they never ever interacted with anything I posted, so then I just take them off. But, in this case it's someone I've known for over 30 years when we worked for the same company for many years. She's very liberal, I'm not. No biggie. We have many other things in common. She doesn't post a whole bunch herself on FB (maybe once a week or less) but over the past 10 years she's always been very interactive with my posts, whether it's just a "like" or a comment. Until I made a post last Jan or Feb, after my state's mask mandate was lifted, and I commented that it was good again to see the smiling faces at our town grocery store. She had to disagree pretty adamantly with me, basically saying I was spreading covid. I very very politely disagreed with her and offered some statistics comparing my state to hers. She came back with another retort and I left it at that. After that she has never once liked or commented on any of my posts (I post often). My posts are not political. They are about funny stuff, my animals, teasing my dh, etc. Just to see, sometime at least once (twice I think) I clicked like on 1 or 2 of her posts about her dog. Just to see if that would break the ice.
Well, if person can't even click a "like" on any of my posts the last 10 days updating our friends how dh was doing in the hospital, then she obviously is no longer a friend. My guess is she had unfollowed me, so she's not even seeing my posts. Either way, not a friend, so I unfriended her this morning. If someone's political/medical beliefs are so strong that they can't be friendly with someone who has a different view then good riddance. The funny part is her 30 year old son is WAY more conservative, anti-vax, etc then me, yet she's going to judge and ignore me for one comment that I was happy to see smiles again?
ok, now that dh is home, pray for me being his home nurse, LOL. He's going to be a terrible patient and I'm a terrible nurse. I should be getting a call today to schedule his follow up with a gastroenterologist. Someone from his office called yesterday. She got the referral from our hospital, but couldn't find him in their "system". Well....probably because he's never had to be seen before?!?. I gave her his general info so she could set him up. Then she said she had to call the lady back at the hospital about the referral. Should she call me back to schedule or call the hospital lady. Call me seems more logical, wouldn't it? I said yes, call me since I'm the one bringing him in and can make sure it's not conflicting with another appointment he has to see a urologist (they want his prostate checked out, due to his PSA they saw from his lab work, not related to the pancreatitis)