Important Developments

1. I asked to see a case manager.
2. I explained my immediate concerns, and used the word Cunt re attending physician.
3. I spoke to the CEO, who listened in horror, gave me his card, and promised a new doctor.
4. The chief of medical staff came in to see Max and ordered some tests and pain meds.
5.   A gastric specialist is coming in the morning.
6. A reader of (Jools) picked me up from the “hospital” and took me to my hip surgeon appointment. To call her an angel is a huge understatement.
7.  The hip is doing okay and has titanium rods in it.
8.   A reader (andrea) sent me a Nursing Care Plan for Max.
9.   Another blogger (WCGB) offered assistance and we bonded over the phone.
10. Max and I sang “Don’t Worry Baby” and I believe I was on key throughout.

The moral so far is this: It doesn’t just take a village; It takes the Internet.

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27 Responses to Important Developments

  1. sarah.p says:

    thank all that’s precious for the kindness of people. and thank you for keeping us in the loop… I check up every day and you’re both in my thoughts. If anything at all can be done on the internet from London, please ask. Much love to you. xx

  2. Queen Marie says:

    Oh Dear God. I don’t have the words, all I have left are love and prayers and you have them all.

  3. jojo says:

    lots of love xxxxx

  4. arline says:

    This gives me faith in the heart people. Please keep us posted, because the more we know, the more support we can give you.

    I am with Queen Marie, love and prayers are coming at you and Max at full force.


  5. dust says:

    Good people, I thank you all!!!!

  6. Thinking of you a lot…glad you got some help.

  7. andrea says:

    I am so glad that things sound a little bit better. Don’t let up, keep being his advocate. I hate to use a cliche, but “the squeaky wheel gets the grease”. I am praying for both of you.

  8. hammie says:

    Thank goodness. And I mean the goodness of actual people. xx

  9. Soraya says:

    Thank you god that there are still people out there that care and thank god that Max is getting the help that he needs. You guys are in my prayers, I only wish I could do more…

  10. Winter Bird says:

    I would love to help, but I am anchored down in Anchorage. I am sending up prayers for you & Max.

  11. Moda says:

    That sounds a million times better. I know you’re not out of the woods yet but you’re really getting there. Good on you girl for getting the big-wigs involved. Love, strength and recuperation to you and Max. We love you.

  12. Jill says:

    You are loved chica! I’ve always heard, “squeaky wheel…etc.”.

    Singing is good for the soul.

  13. honeypants says:

    So glad to hear things are headed in the right direction and you have had so much help and support. Thank god you’ve gotten the right people to start paying attention. Keep at it! Continue to give them hell and call people cunts! It’s great to hear Max feels like singing! Even better that you were on key! I love that you’re part titanium now 🙂 And I will continue sending you all my love and good wishes until you and Max aren’t just singing, but dancing too!


  14. jools says:

    Your strength and grace are awesome! You and Max keep getting better and there will be adventures to come…..xoxo,j

  15. skye says:

    So much awesomeness right there in amongst the blood and tears!

  16. Thank god you used the word cunt – it has stopped my tears. I’ve been so upset and thinking of you and praying for Max to be okay. Jools, Andrea and WCGB are angels. I’m not letting up on the wishes and prays until you say so xxx

  17. slownews says:

    thank heavens. i’ve been so worried about you both.

  18. Alicia says:

    Thank goodness.

  19. WendyB says:

    Case managers and nursing care plans…never knew either existed. Making a mental note of these important things.

  20. K-Line says:

    Oh this makes me cry with happiness!

  21. Ann says:

    Tears of joy are streaming down my face at this blessed, positive update. Thank goodness for the wonderful people in your life, and for the pooling of energies reaching out to both you and lovely Max. I can tell that we all feel so helpless and I think I speak for all of us when I say thank you from the depths of our hearts for keeping us posted in between all of this madness.

    I look forward to talking to you tonight. I love you and at the risk of sounding utterly ridiculous, I am so fucking proud of you and awed by you for being so strong and proactive in the face of such adversity.

    “Don’t worry baby,
    Everything will turn out alright…”

  22. Bevitron says:

    Yes, yes, yes! I had (and have) absolute faith that your son and you will come through this, getting better and stronger every day. And I am so GLAD to see all the help and support you’ve had, up close and personal and long-distance. Like everybody else I’ve been fretting my ass off, wondering how I could help at 3, 000 miles away. All I can do is say how much I admire your strength and determination and love, and send the best thoughts your way. Sometimes the Internet is a slap amazing, wonderful thing, ain’t it? Oh, and may the gods (or whatever) bless the good mothers.

  23. Susan says:

    Oh, wow! Some good news!

    There is so much love for you via the internet and it does my heart good to know that their kind and loving words xfer into good deeds irl.


  24. alittlelux says:

    GOOD NEWS. i’m happy for you and Max.

    just remember i’m here to back you up… machete, water gun, or didgeridoo in hand.

  25. Christ, good news. And I’m still emailing although I’m behind in this trail, just in case.

  26. Chippy Coco says:

    Very happy for you! Now you are Titanic Wolf 🙂
    Sending Max best wishes and I hope for his and your fast recovery!

  27. Aja says:

    Jools is an angel (the thought of us fuckers bonding together through bitching and seriousness, warms my heart in the most unusual way). I’m so happy you have people near on your coast. Xo.

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