Cabin Fever

I will be spending the night at the extended care facility with IRP. She called us at about 9:15 crying and with a severe case of cabin fever. It was all I could do to convince her that she could not check out in the middle of the night with an IV line in her upper arm. My mom is going to come tomorrow before I leave for work and stay until IRP is ready to check out. By then, I should be back here since the last IV antibiotic starts at 4:30 and takes thirty minutes. Then, of course, the PICC must be removed, etc.

I am going now to try to get some rest in this lovely reclining chair.

Good night!

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