Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Full day of tests ahead

We're already through the bloodwork, but we have a full-day agenda of testing and then meeting with a doctor. Her suture is slightly leaking bile, so we're visiting the ER at St. Mary's Hospital for a consult between appointments.

Tomorrow is an MRI and then meetings with a doctor and a surgeon. Stay posted.

4 comments:

  1. Good Morning, Paulette. I am glad that Ole, Lena, and all dem Minneeeesoootans are being kind to you, ya betcha!! The "uneventful" (that's a term we old ... I mean, older people use, as opposed to the word "boring" that younger people might use. Oh, yes, we like "uneventful" -- no breakdowns, no getting lost, no running out of gas, etc.) roadtrip was the first leg of the journey toward your health being fully restored. Today's tests, even the side trip to St. Mary's ER, and consultations are an additional leg. Each day is going to bring you answers to the questions you have in your mind, the question marks you have in your heart, and to questions you haven't even thought of ... all of them all are pieces to uncover helpful clues to this dramatic mystery. God loves you, Paulette ... and I care about you and your family. Grace and Peace, Joyce

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  2. Hi Taryn, just wanted to let you know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Happy to see you made it to MN safely, and looking forward to hearing positive news. Take care of yourself and hang in there.
    Hugs,
    Amber Perez Hess

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  3. Caryn Gugelmeyer and the Tri Rotor GangApril 8, 2009 at 1:07 PM

    Hope your visits with the doctors go well and start getting some answers to all the things that must be going through your mind. All of us here have been thinking of you daily. We all are praying for your speedy recovery. The web site is great. Thanks and God be with all of you

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  4. Prayers and thoughts are with you, your family and the physicians who are taking care of you. We missed you on our trip to Junction City we look forward to the next one.

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