Woke up early this a.m. and started vomiting non-stop. Couldn't keep down meds for pain and nausea. Just as I was getting ready to call a friend to take me back the the ER, she miraculously showed up at my front door to check in on me. (Thank you Alice!)
So we went back the the ER, and I was given more pain meds and anti-nausea meds via IV. They sent me home with a colon anti-spasmodic prescription and an anti-nausea prescription.
They still think that I have C. diffcile, a bacterium that can cause symptoms ranging from diarrhea to life-threatening inflammation of the colon.
I am going to try to get in to see my colon doctor Monday. I also spoke with my asthma specialist, and he is having me take a break from the antibiotic and singular for the asthma for a couple of days. I will probably go in to see him on Monday too.
I have a doctor's note to stay home from work Monday, and I probably will stay home. I am very, very tired. I have been able to keep down clear liquids today and will start a bland diet tomorrow of toast, applesauce, bananas and rice.
I have been surrounded by friends from church, my neighbors and my friends from band. So I am in good hands. Dawn, my neighbor, took me to and from the ER Friday and helped me fill my prescriptions. Alice, my friend from church, took me to the ER today, and Kerry, a friend from band, brought me home and helped me fill my prescriptions today.
My other neighbors have a daughter, Rachel, who is in band with Amy, and Rachel drove Amy everywhere she needed to go Friday and Saturday. Heather is with Dave for a day or so. Then Sunday I will have the girls all week. Dave can't take them this next week because he is so swamped with directing the Fort-4-Fitness race, which is next Saturday. My neighbors have all offered meals, have offered to stay with me and have offered to let the girls stay with them in need be.
In spite of everything, I feel so blessed as God continues to provide for me and meet my every need.
Alice is so worried about me, and all that I am going through right now with Amy, facing the kids learning the truth about Dave, the divorce, juggling a new job, etc.....but God has yet to fail me. Yes, I have seemingly insurmountable obstacles in front of me, but God can leap over them even when I don't think I can.