You guys are sweet, thank you! I can use every jingle and prayer right now - I am keeping liquids down and if they can get some solids to stay down I have a chance of going home tomorrow afternoon. I am so grateful for the good wishes!
Oops, well alittlegray didn't want to do a pity party, which I would have if I were in pain and was in hospital for 9th time in a year because of doctors screwing, up, but I missed that "subtle" part of her PM. Hey it was early, and I was heading out to barn and well, I'm not very subtle at all.
I don't have a home address. She is in hospital, in VA, in Stafford Hospital in room 304. I know last time a few weeks ago around Thanksgiving she was in a different hospital, so I called her to try to cheer her up. She has a 25-30% chance of going home for Christmas (I don't like those odds), so maybe if anyone in that area is out shopping tomorrow or the day after Christmas you could call the hospital, and if she's still there, call or drop by and cheer her up? Her husband and children visit her, but well, she needs entertainment from others as well.
And since her daughter had to rehome her pony due to alttilegray's illness, perhaps someone with a nice horse could let her daughter ride? She won the circuit championship on her pony, so I think she could handle a nice horse.
BTW alittlegray did not suggest any of the above to me. Except to tell me to be subtle, which I totally missed. She just wanted a few people to pray for her. And she told me about the daughter and pony weeks ago. I can keep a secret.....for a few weeks.
With all the people who are impostors, alittlegray was nervous several weeks ago to tell people how sick she is with the muscle, I think, that is supposed to hold the duct(s) to pancreas in place. Doctors shouldn't have touched it in first operation on another organ, but they did, and now she's got pain from backed up bile or fluid. She really is sick, and she really is in hospital. And she really needs jingles or prayers or anything to help her get well. And she needs to get to Johns Hopkins and see what they can do to restore her to the way she was before.