Nothing happened unusual today, more therapy, more speech/cognitive therapy, and in his wheelchair most the day! My nightly routine is to get him to bed myself, help dress him in his night clothes, brush his teeth (however, I will teach this tomorrow to him so he can start practicing!), and tucking him in. I am not "settled" until I get him comfortable in bed for the night. After that, he calls the nurses for repositioning him through the night. The morning comes early and he starts all over again.
I am just unbelievably happy about you feeling better (on the inside!). I know this was wearing on you so much. Let's keep our fingers crossed it keeps up this way! This roller coaster has to stop at some point for you. I wish you were home with me, these nights are horrible, even though it was a good say, being alone is something I do not want... please hurry and get better, I want you home, I need you...and I love you forever darling..........
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