Just Don’t Think

Posted on February 11th, 2012

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There was no place for me in her room so I tried sleeping on various benches out in the hall. When that didn’t work, I explored the hospital. It was surreal to see this place that I have gotten so used to, quiet and deserted. But you know, fun as late night hospital exploration is, it gets old real fast.

Of course if I had predicted we would be there, I could have set up lots of alternatives. But one of the drawbacks of shutting off your mind is…well… that your mind is shut off.

I finally found an abandoned hospital bed sitting at the end of a corridor. It was in a weird position and not remotely comfortable. But it did beat lying on a row of metal chairs. I climbed into it got a few hours “rest.”

By the morning Stella was feeling fine. It’s amazing what antibiotics and pain killers can do.

I, on the other hand, was a wreck. I had  a sore throat, stuffed up nose, and splitting headache. Plus, I was exhausted.

So we did what made sense. She got in the chair and I crawled into her bed for some needed sleep. I was even there when the Docs were doing their rounds. I explained how I felt and told them that I would like some medicine. Hey, they are doctors, and I am a sick guy. What did I get wrong about that?

They ignored me and did NOT give me meds.

You know, I think both of us are getting a bit of a rep on the 8th floor.

Anyway, Stella should be home in a few days and so our appointment with the yucky chemo will have to wait. Shucks.

As I have learned, there is no way to really think through when these things happen. Sometimes you just close your eyes, shut off your brain, and push yourself over the edge and just hope that everything will be ok in the end.

As always, thank you for your prayers.



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  1. Seitz Family says:

    Lots of love from us and we look forward to having you back home real soon.

  2. Paul Goldstein says:

    Thank G-d it was something quickly recognized and routinely treated. As for you, Yarden, feel better! (Of course you too, Stella.)

  3. rutimizrachi says:

    What Paul said. 🙂 Just glad you’re both okay. Need some chicken soup, Yarden?

  4. Moishe Lewack says:

    As always, Pam and I are also glad you both are okay. When Pam told me the news Erev Shabbos about Stella being rushed to the hospital, I was concerned and, as always, I thought of you two, when I recited my bedtime Shema. Have a quiet and quick recovery! Look forward to your next entry and hoping it is a positive one!

    Lots of love from Frederick, Moishe and Pam.