Another Bump in the Road

The plan was for me to write a post for today on Tuesday night. We had an uneventful drive back from Road America and got back home around 9:00 Monday night. Tuesday morning, I had a meeting for work, about an hour away in Clarksville, TN. I felt somewhat comatose from driving the day before, but that’s normal. Susan was expectedly tired as well.

Susan had a scheduled doctor’s appointment on Tuesday morning with her hematologist, to get a handle on this autoimmune disorder (Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis) she has developed now that cancer spread has been ruled out. She was tired, but felt good enough to drive herself. She mentioned to him that for the past four to six weeks, she has been very short of breath and has to stop and rest after walking short distances. He gave her a quick examination and discovered she had a fever. Given the fact that she had just had a liver abscess, and now had a fever; he admitted her to the hospital – again.

As usual, they did a lot of poking and prodding, but we know nothing yet. By the time I got there, her fever was 103° and she was not feeling well at all. By the time I left her last night, she was feeling much better. She is also stressing that she did not overdo it this past weekend. Unfortunately, I did not get my post for today written last night. Barring any unforeseen developments, on Friday I will have a thought-provoking post on a topic I was wanting to discuss today. I will also have an update on Susan’s health. Please keep Susan in your prayers, once again – and check back on Friday.

George Phillips

5 Responses to “Another Bump in the Road”

  1. Patrick Says:

    Sorry you guys are having all these problems. Sending prayers and best wishes.

  2. billytheskink Says:

    Yes of course, you all are continually in my prayers.

  3. Will continue to pray for you both.

  4. Michele Porten Says:

    Hang in there George and take care. Praying for you both.

  5. Good grief! I am so sorry that Susan is unwell and back in the hospital. I am sending positive thoughts your way. Take care of you too, George.

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