My new desk top computer monitor is supposed to be delivered this evening, and I am looking forward to posting interesting photos on my blog shortly thereafter. I find that typing on a desk top is faster and easier for me than typing on a laptop. I don’t know how some people can do everything on something as small as a cell phone.
David has a blood pressure machine, which he uses daily. His BP still tends to be low, with the bottom number in the 50s. I wonder if he should call his internist regarding his BP medication. Should he continue taking it? If his BP keeps sinking, he will die.
He uses a walker to move around the house. And he managed to get into my sub-compact car yesterday, though with great difficulty. He had to stretch his torso across the width of the car and then pull each foot in one by one. It was so ludicrous, watching his contortions.
Poor guy. I feel sorry for my husband.
His wound still bleeds. But his physical therapist told him to let it breathe now and then by removing the bandage and letting the wound air dry. Bacteria love a moist environment, so keeping the skin dry is paramount in order to prevent infection.
I had fun with the physical therapist yesterday. He mentioned that his colleague had graduated from USC, the University of Spoiled Children, whereas he had graduated from the University of Puget Sound. I replied, “Well, then, you graduated from the University of Parties and Sex.”
And so it goes. Another day with gigi-hawaii.