So here she is today. Feeling better, but still a little warm. I can tell by just looking at her that her O2 sats are a little off, but not enough to head for the hospital just yet. We really try to avoid that if possible although we no longer store oxygen in the house, so sometimes we have no choice.
The Ohio State (stop this ambulance) Bear is always close by when she is not feeling well. Yes, that is a duck mask you see - for an almost 20 year old. The pediatric masks fit her face better and the durable medical supply company we must use with our health insurance does not stock plain ped masks. Somethings are just not worth fighting over and Sarah doesn't complain about it.
I don't think I have ever mentioned that Sarah refuses to take medication orally. Well, that only leaves a few options and when it comes to Tylenol, suppositories it is. I don't mind being home every so often during the day(I doubt my boss shares the same feeling). I stay in my PJs, leisurely do laundry, sometimes I even take a nap. That is what I was doing today, except I used the last rubber glove at midnight and it's about time to give Sarah her next dose. Guess who's getting dressed?