We interrupt this blog to give an update on Sue Wood
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Editor's Note: Reporting from Astoria, Oregon, your reporter, the son-in-law.
Sue's recovery from surgery last week has had a slight setback. Sue has been unable to eat and keep things down. Taking her various medications on an empty stomach hasn't been going well.
The wife went over to keep Sue company yesterday afternoon, and returned with the report that Sue has a future career in the movies if she wants. Sue was able to reprise the classic Linda Blair role from "The Exorcist". While I'm not sure that Sue's head was able to rotate 360 degrees like in the movie, apparently Sue had the green projectile vomiting scenes duplicated fairly realistically.
Just before dinner, Sue called looking for some help. The wife made me fix Herb's, the kids' and my own dinner so she could help out Sue. A little before 9 in the evening the wife returned to report that the decision had been made to take Sue down to the E.R. to try to get some fluids in her and to get some pain relief.
At 11:35 p.m., the wife checked with the hospital and found out that Sue was going to be admitted for the night. Sue was kicking herself for not bringing her favorite pillow, so the wife went over, got Sue's pillow and took it down to the hospital. I'm pretty sure I woke up when the wife got home at 1:40 a.m.
Sue expects to be in the hospital for another night. The wife reports that Sue promises to try to eat some Jell-O today. The wife is working at the hospital today so she'll be able to check on Sue a couple of times. My mother is also planning to go by and visit with Sue today.
Since my queasy stomach has been well documented in this blog, I'm not planning to visit Sue because I don't like to see green vomit (truthfully, I don't like to see vomit of any color). And I don't want to encourage anyone to give me the pair of socks Sue vomited on when she went to the hospital, much like I never expected to get the contaminated pair of socks the wife was wearing when our daughter was born as a Christmas present.
We'll try to keep you updated on Sue's progress. I'll leave all the gory medical details to Sue when she is back home and blogging. (There are just some things a polite son-in-law does not want to know, or mention, about his mother-in-law.)
Sue's on the road to recovery. Hopefully this trip to the hospital will be just a quick detour, and she'll get back on the mend soon. In the meantime, I'll start working on my 10,000 word essay for Sue's next blog.
- The Son-in-Law
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