First Days at Home

Just a quick post because I know so many of you are wondering how things are going now that we are home.  We got home yesterday shortly after 2pm.  Hospice arrived at our home around 1130am to start getting everything organized for Stefan’s arrival.  They didn’t leave our home until 8pm.  It was a very long day, but the ladies who were with us yesterday were amazing.  We met two nurses and a social worker, and I was so impressed.  Thankfully, we had dinner provided because it was pretty much a circus at the house.  So, thank you to our church for organizing that, and thank you to the friend who provided it.

The overnight was pretty rough.  Stef was extremely agitated and anxious.  Our church has also provided us with people to sit with him overnight.  We decided to not use that last night because Stef was so worked up and not feeling well.  Not our best decision. 🙂  Anyway, he also got sick and started vomiting and also developed a fever of 102.  Thankfully, hospice called first thing this morning and the nurse who has our case came out and met with us this morning. Hospice is trying their best to manage everything.  Dr. Martin also called the house to see how the night had gone.  He continues to amaze me.  So, hopefully, tonight will be quieter and more restful.  And we are having people come in and sit with Stef tonight. 🙂

I also wanted to thank a special friend of mine-Melanie.  She has done so many little things to help out.  She has scheduled meetings, made phone calls, picked my kids up from school, taken them to get haircuts, and much more.  Thanks, Mel.  You’re the best!!

There are many others who have helped out as well.  I so appreciate it all.

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10 Responses

  1. Praying that you all get some much needed rest tonight! Praying as you just take it day to day.

  2. Praying through the nights for you all.

  3. Thanks, Sandi, for keeping us updated. Praying for rest and the ability to gracefully wear all the hats of being a wife and mom in the midst of an incredibly demanding situation.

  4. We re praying for all of you. Much love, Merlin & Ruth

  5. Praying for your family, especially the children that their life will be as normal as possible. Sandi, you are a testimony to the Grace of God. I know sometimes it doesn’t seem that way, but you are. Praying for you all day.

  6. Sandi,
    I appreciate the updates you give. I have never met you but I pray for you and your family every day.

  7. Thanks Sandi! I wouldn’t have it any other way. You continue to amaze me each and everyday. Love ya girl!

  8. Sandi,

    I continue to pray for Stefan and your family. I’m praying the Lord will break Stefan’s fever, and make him comfortable without agitation. I’m praising the Lord for the help and blessings he has given and shown you in the meals, visits, and assitance from your church family and friends.

  9. I gave your address to a woman at our church so if you get a card from a woman named Dee Decker, she is from Center Presbyterian Church and they have been praying for you for the last several months during prayer circle and their own prayer times I am sure.

  10. Praying for you all as you transition Stef home:) May God’s love shower you all:)

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