Discharge Tomorrow

So just a quickie to say that I will be discharged from the hospital tomorrow. There were some logistics to iron out about who was going to teach me how to do my own IV nutrition. So there will be a home health nurse who will come to the house and show me and then check up on me. So it was all too much to get it done today, so it will be tomorrow.

In the meantime, we are looking at other pro-health, pro-wellness, healing protocols which I’m going to employ, from PEMF, to Jin Shin Jyutsu, to a consultation regarding CellectBudwig, etc. The goal is to return normal function to the bowel, so I can continue to use nutrition and supplementation on my wellness journey. It’s being good to remind myself of all the other things I can do, too. I was beginning to feel quite a bit lopsided when it came to my protocols: too much nutrition and exercise focus, and not enough of other things. So this helps me get more well-rounded again.

I’ve been reading Radical Hope and finding it helpful. Some of the survivor / thriver stories are the same as were in the docuseries and some are not. Also, for each of the ten things, Dr. Turner has updated the science behind each thing, of what has been discovered since the first book. I appreciate that a lot. For example in the chapter I’m currently in, there is discussion of energy workers such as Reiki, etc., and how now there is good science to back up that the energy is measurable. We’re getting somewhere!

I had a good session, via distance, of Jin Shin thanks to my friend Denise. We’ll keep that up daily for awhile she says. Grateful.

Okay, that’s enough for now.

I’ll miss my 11th floor room with the west-facing windows. What a treat. Or maybe I should call it consolation while being here. Or why not call it a treat? It is. I’ll miss you, view!

And the nursing staff who are awesome, and who are under the gun currently because of Covid-19. They have all continued being incredibly professional and service oriented. I also heard from one of them that UCHealth is being awesome and is keeping all nursing staff on with full pay even if there’s not work for them to do. Outpatient hasn’t got much to do, elective surgeries are off line for awhile longer, and yet UCHealth is committed to keeping them on. Some are retraining to take on Inpatient work in the meantime. In any case, one more reason why I’m happy to be cared for by UCHealth.

Okay, that’s all for now. I’ll let you know when I’m home tomorrow and ensconced in my Queendom once again. 😉 👸🏻

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