I wrote this on Tuesday Night but am just posting it now. I will write a new post for the rest of this week and post again this weekend. And a special Post to our secret Elves is coming also.
Life without Drama! What is that? How does it feel? I pray daily to have a drama free week and even a drama free life. But like people always say god doesn’t give you more than you can handle. And I truly am starting to believe that he choose the right person for this job.
So back to the Drama, it unfortunately did not stop with our visit to the ER on Thursday. Ellie spiked a fever once again on Saturday so once again we headed to the ER. Ellie and I spent our entire Saturday repeating all the same tests that they did on Thursday. Once again they all came back negative. Just a virus, as I could of told them that a few thousand dollars of tests prior. But with a cancer patient/Brain tumor patient they don’t take chances and I wouldn’t want them too. So once again we were sent home.
Oh no the drama didn’t stop there. We are over achievers for sure. Sunday night right before I headed to bed around midnight I decided to go take Ellie’s fever. Call it a Mothers intuition but I had a feeling. Her temp came out at 104. I once again contacted the hospital. You could tell the Doctor on call didn’t want to be the one to tell me I had to come downtown again. So once again we headed to the Hospital Downtown. I must say it was pretty cool driving Lakeshore drive in the middle of the night on a Sunday. I only saw one car on the road. Once again they did all the same tests through out the night. They finally decided to admit her at 7:00am. It was a long two days in the hospital with little sleep. We were thrilled when they decided to release Ellie Tuesday evening. She was feeling much better.
On the way home we celebrated with two of Ellie’s favorite things. A Mint Chocolate chip Milk Shake and a Car Wash. Ellie just loves car washes, you can tell by the smile in her face in the picture. And it wasn’t too bad of treat for me either. J
A mother with a battle ahead of her.