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Our First Night “Alone”

by on January 13, 2011

Our beloved Sandra left a few hours ago.  As you can imagine, it was an emotional goodbye on all sides.  Satomi’s Mom cried and profusely thanked Sandra for her help.

It’s now 11:15pm and I miss her immensely.  At 10:00pm, I gave Satomi a cocktail of medicine similar to last night.  It’s not working and Satomi’s restless, tossing, and turning.  Luckily she’s not in pain.  

I bumped up the Ambien dose to maximum.  The Oxycodone and Decadron are already maxed out.  If things continue to suck, I can give her another Adavan and as a last resort, Haldol.  She’s been so lucid during the day, I don’t want to give it but her and our sanity are at risk here.

Satomi’s Mom didn’t want me to give her the extra dose of Ambien.  I had to explain that this was less than usual and what could occur if these were not given.  I really hope I can calm Satomi down.  I don’t think her Mom can bear the sight of what happens if I don’t.

We’ll just have to wait and see.

Midnight Update:  It looks like she’s finally sleeping.  Hopefully I don’t jinx it but I hear snoring and she hasn’t moved for nearly 30 minutes.  Cross your fingers!!

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  1. Tina permalink

    Fingers, toes, eyes, legs and arms are crossed!!!!

  2. Jennifer Dang permalink

    Sean and Satomi, know that you are not alone. Our thoughts and prayers are with you everyday! Love you!

  3. Melissa Murphey permalink

    Sean, you are doing an AMAZING job! You are an incredible husband and Satomi knows that! Just trust your heart and know you are doing everything you can for her that you possibly can! You, Satomi and both your families are in our prayers! Keep Strong, my friend. We love you all!

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