Before the three young people drove back home we stopped in again at the hospital to say good night to Sigve.
I cut each in four pieces, and he ate them very slowly, prepared to vomit again, but they stayed down.
While I was there, we walked the length of the corridor several times, and then Sigve sat up in a chair and looked at pictures on my laptop.
All in all he was out of bed for about 1,5 hours today, which was very good. I hope he keeps it up and gets out of bed on the days I’m not there too.
The physiotherapist will be in again to see him on Monday, and the nurses will encourage him to get up and move around. Medically he's doing very well now, so he has to really start doing his job in order to recover fully, and that means to get up and to eat as much as possible. He's still getting some antibiotics, but the CRP keeps going down.
This afternoon I didn't leave the hospital until after 5 pm, and I was too tired to drive all the way home. So I decided to go to Tysnes instead, and spend the night in the camper, and then drive home in the morning. I got to have a lovely dinner with Hilde Marie, Jon Helge and Jon Helge's parents, Britt and Geir.
Today I am grateful for:
*Grapes and yogurts and Sigve's willingness to try solid food
*Good times with family
*The decaf latte I'm having in the camper before I sleep