It is Friday night. Such a huge sigh of relief that so much has passed without complication. I feel very blessed and thankful to have been able to share this moment with the Parmelee family.
As of right now, Parm is in his room. He is doing better than last night/earlier this morning. I truly hope he has a good night tonight. It would be great if he is able to get him some solid shut eye. Since he started walking, I have been greatly concerned. Parm likes to push push push (we all know it). Doctors were hoping for 2-3 laps around the block. So far, Parm has been done 9. Showoff. I’m very proud, though. He’s sort of pretty amazing. He’s been okay in spirits too–got a visit from Brian and Ryan today. Parm’s very determined to keep walking and keep exceeding doctor expectations. See picture below for his goals for today…
Heidi is also back in her room, as well. They moved her from the ICU later in the afternoon. She was finally stable enough to be taken off the insulin and moved for regular recovery. Yipee! The blood pressure did go up a bit, but doctors are watching closely. She turned on her sound wave/doppler artery monitor for me as well. The sound of the blood flowing through the new liver was definitely comforting. Right now, she is fast asleep. I’m not sure if she’ll be taking visitors yet. Heidi hasn’t started walking yet. Please check with Steve if you are planning on visiting.
Oh, and one last thing. Well, in this instance you don’t need my narration. Sometimes, a picture says 1,000 words. 🙂