Sabrina Giselle’s procedure went well (I will indulge Sarah by calling her that) but sadly she is once again experiencing painful paralysis.
Still, we count our blessings as there is always much to be thankful for.
Dr. Nikiel, Sarah’s anesthesiologist, was amazingly sweet and very attentive to her unique needs and pain.
In the past Sarah would spend the entire day on a stretcher in the out-patient recovery area only to be admitted when it was time for the staff to go home. Today she was pre-admitted so she is now resting as best she can in her own room.
When Sarah’s line needs changed out we are always very concerned that they could need to move it to the other side; but thankfully they were again able to keep it on the original side. It was during the placement of her first central line that Sarah lost the use of her right arm so we are naturally very protective of the other side and her good arm.
Sarah has received so many lovely messages from those who care about her. We are all so appreciative for your prayers and kindness.
And most of all, we have a loving God who calms us when we feel anxious and provides for our every need.Sarah Kathryn Frey