If 4 out of 5 people SUFFER from diarrhea… does that mean that one enjoys it?
I crowed at the Sun bright and early at 6:00 AM and waited until 8:00 AM to wake her up as she slept through the night, almost 8 hours! She remained tired, so I told her to sleep, and I would wake her up for lunch.
She is out like a light, so I am guessing the increased dosage of the meds are causing the problem. If she is not up by noon, I plan to call the doc and ask about adjusting the meds. The cleaning staff came and went, and it did not bother her at all (of course, I told them NOT to make our bed!)
I made brunch using my age-old receipt of putting leftovers on a plate and hitting the microwave on high for two minutes.
We watched a movie about chefs falling in love and then she returned to bed at 2:00 PM. I will wake her up at about 6:00 PM so she can eat before we watch TV.
Our grandson, Theo, turned thirteen last week, and we sent him a book. He is an avid reader. We were happy to hear from his mother, Michele, that he is enjoying the book!
I fixed dinner at 6:30 PM and then we watched TV. She is doing better, much more alert than yesterday. Tomorrow we will go out to lunch with Robin.