It's been a month since Larry was granted Residency. It's still hard to believe, but it's kicking in. Just knowing that we know what we're doing tomorrow is good enough. And sleep? We've caught up on 2 years of it in the last month.
Larry will be on haemo for another 2 months at least. His roster is for Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and his nurses are pretty awesome. Tuesdays he has Recormon shots. Wednesdays are free days. Fridays we have home visits from nurses. It's all very organized and regimental, but all very great.
On Wednesday, we'll celebrate 11 years of marriage, that too has been great.
Larry now has blog rights, as he has requested just incase he wants to update. Fortunately, the Recormon will be helpful to his eye sight. When I offered for him to drive the car home today from my parents, in jest, he said yes that he'd be able to do that. Funny that he thinks he can drive a 4-tonne vehicle 1 mile up the road, but cannot find the kitchen sink to place his dirty dishes 3 steps behind him.
It's all good.
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