Looks like I’m right in the middle of another 36 hour shift. Our nurse called out last night to tend to her sick daughter. I can only hope that doesn’t happen again tonight, else I’ll be in for 60 straight hours with Sue out-of-town until tomorrow night.
I’m happy to say Ryan had a good night. He made it as easy on me as possible. That’s my boy! As it turns out, we are roughly an hour ahead of our daily schedule. He is currently finishing percussion therapy in his bed. I should have him up and about a little after 6:00 AM. I plan on opening the blinds to see if we might get favorable weather to catch the sunrise together. We have a great view, as it rises over the lake. Some day I’ll need to build a deck off the kitchen…
It always helps when the sun is up. In many ways. Today it will wash the tiredness out of me… for a while. But, I know, eventually I’ll be dragging. Not sure when or how I figured it out, but I can put myself into “the zone”. No kidding. I can run on autopilot. It’s almost hypnotic. I suppose all married men can function on this level to some degree. 🙂
Our call with IBRF went well. What’s nice is we learned the team will be visiting us toward the end of the month. This is the time when they’ll repeat their tests (e.g., qEEG, BIS, etc) and see what progress was made, if any. I both look forward to and dread this at the same time.