When an employment application asks who is to be notified in case of emergency, I always write, “A very good doctor”.
We got off to a great start working in the kitchen and then in the garage. We talked to Lisa on the bat phone at 8:00 AM making arrangements to meet on Sunday.
We were supposed to take pictured at the “Rat Pack Special” at the Phoenix Club tonight.
At 10:00 AM it was time to clean up and head for the Neurologist for a checkup. We arrived promptly at 11:30 AM and as I was checking in, I noticed Sue non-responsive. Checking several times, she was still non-responsive. OMG!
If you are going to have a medical issue, best placed to have it is in a doctors office adjacent to the ER…She did and we were!
The doc put her in a wheelchair and we were off…about a block run but the nice thing is we went from ER front door to ER room in 30 seconds!
For three hours they ran tests and moved her to the regular hospital at 4:30 ish. Irene came to stay with me so at 6:00 PM I could go home and get cleaned up to return! God Bless Irene!
I stayed until about 9:30 PM and decided she was going to sleep the ret of the evening…their best guess was a severe UTI which affected her brain. The scary part is thatg it happened in a period of 15 minutes…without any warning!