I started out writing a big long post about setbacks and how frustrated we were at the behavior of some of our doctors today but it was mostly borne of frustration and anger and it just plain wasn’t working. There’s a larger point in it somewhere but I just don’t have the mojo to grind it out tonight. I’ll work on it for a later post sometime.
So instead you’ll have to settle for an awesome photo (taken by Karin and messed around with by me), a wave hello and thank you all for reading. It’s a whole lot more rewarding to blog knowing that so many of you keep coming back for more.
PRO TIP: Nurses love it when you record the IV Pump alarms on your cell phone and play them at random times as they try to set and re-set the array of pumps by the bedside.
No seriously, if you find the right group of nurses, and they are out there, this bit kills. They work through some serious shit most days and are generally appreciative of a good laugh. You gotta learn to pick your spots though. Be sure you can read the signs that there aren’t any traumas or that they’re short-staffed before you go playing pranks. Safety first here people.
That’s all I’ve got. Bit of a setback here today and I hope that it passes quickly but Liam is hanging in there. At least we’ll get to ride out the hurricane in one of the safest places around.