I’m not really sure what might be more difficult than getting a team of
high-profile any doctors to agree on a mutual time for a meeting. But, Sue did it. By Pete, she did! We will be holding a Skype conference call with the IBRF (International Brain Research Foundation) medical team this upcoming Tuesday afternoon.
So, this means a good part of today will be occupied with putting together an agenda of items we wish to discuss. We actually keep somewhat of a running list so the time today is spent filling in the detail. It’s a mentally exhausting task. By tonight neither of us will even want to think. Looks like a great night to watch “Swamp People”.
If your interested, I will share this agenda (most of it, anyhow) in a post tomorrow or Monday. Let me know and I’ll see what I can do.
For me, it seems like we’re stuck in a “holding pattern” with Ryan’s treatment. The ole’ “hurry up and wait” (I hate that expression). This might certainly be by intent, but it’s worthwhile pushing the issue a bit. True, I get impatient — always wanting to advance the ball on every down — and I need good reason why this might be the best approach. It’s in my make-up to ask “what next?”, even outside Ryan’s care. Although with Ryan’s care I am relentless.
- IBRF Conference Call Tomorrow (ryansrally.org)
- Kari Home Safely. IBRF Call Held. BWF Event Tomorrow. (ryansrally.org)
- 17 Months. IBRF Visiting. (rallyforryan.wordpress.com)
- IBRF to Visit Thursday (rallyforryan.wordpress.com)