Well we now know why Jenni's pressure bottomed last night. Every time they move her to do something, she bottoms. It's like her body is yelling, "leave me alone." Happens most of the time any Wallace sleeps (and yes even though she is married she is still Wallace to the bone). Wake a sleeping Wallace at your own peril.
They moved her again this am, and the same thing happened. On both occasions her pressure stabalized quickly--without any additional medication.
The x-ray on her lungs has shown no change. I'm hoping that is good. At least things have not gotten any worse. The nurse yesterday said that it would be very hard to see any improvement on the x-ray. So I'll just take the "no change" comment as a good thing.
Jenni is now on a continious dialysis machine. Her swelling seems to be down. This is good.
Things are still very grave. The lungs need to stop bleeding, if not all of the other things are irrelevant.
The doctor this am is the south end of a north bound donkey. He was by Jenni's room talking to some of his associates and I stepped out to ask a question. He took one look at me and said, "ask the nurse." Almost enough to make this preacher cuss. I'd love to shake the devil out of him in the name of Jesus.
We still need your prayers.
Grace and Peace