Medicine makes her a bit crazy now. She was dozing in and out of sleep at one point saying loudly and clearly, "That's not fair." Then she looked at me because it woke her up. I said, "What's not fair?" She said, "They all have fish but this one doesn't." Then she fell back asleep.
The good news is that she is in the hospital in our town, inpatient PT/OT. They are getting her up today in about 10 mins (8am) to bathe and dress her. She has an awesome, not as in good but as in really really bad, rash on her back and bottom from no one is sure where.
Back to Monday, her doctor/surgeon came to her when the code blue was called and freaked out but not in the can't function way but in the angry this happened way. He came later and told my parents that he will not lose another patient to dilauded. And apparently his best friend or maybe a really good friend (or maybe my mother just dreamed it) died of a dilauded o.d.
So we got to bed late again last night and though G promised no tears she needed to find something to fuss about and harp on and on, ad naseum (is that the right word?) to work into a cry. G will get a hold of a thought or question and is just relentless in repeating or asking to the point I want to poke my ear drums out. Does anyone else's children do that and is that really normal?