I’ve not posted in a good bit, but I am feeling well enough again to explain to you all why I haven’t been here. The short story, is that I’ve been in the hospital. I ended up with an infection called Urosepsis.That is a life threatening situation. I am so thankful that my caregiver is as attentive as she is. She realized that something was wrong with me, after talking to my mom about a message I’d left on her phone really early that morning. My parents came over to see how bad I was when my caregiver told them I needed to go tot he hospital. I ended up being transported by ambulance.
I don’t remember a whole lot about the specific events of that morning, but I did end up in the emergency room. I remember that the doctor I got stuck with (the one who was on call when I was wheeled in), was a bit……out of touch with what was going on. At times I felt like he didn’t really understand what has happening with me. I was down there from 10-ish in the morning until midnight. I was sick enough not to remember things very clearly or at all, so the time frame may be a bit off. Once I got some fluids, antibiotics, and pain meds in me- I was better able to keep up with the happenings around me. i was also told that I have a condition called Costochondritis too. I’ve had those symptoms for awhile, but not a name to put with them. Now I do. That doesn’t make it less painful for me, and the Aspercreme the ER doc recommended for it is an absolute joke.
I just wanted to let anyone who is interested and reading this that i am home and resting comfortably. I’m still on antibiotics, but those will be finished early next week. My spirits remain good, and I just feel really lucky. I had Kenya there and she saved my life. Of that I am sure, and I could never thank her enough for just the simple act of checking on me more thoroughly when something seemed off. She is a true woman of God and that is why I love her like a sister. After all, she is my sister in Christ. And for that, I am most thankful.
This is the greeting I got from my furbaby when I arrived home This is why I love her. And this is why she’s named Sunshine. No matter how crappy I feel, or what I am going through, she brings sunshine into my life.
Until next time,