Latest blood work done today. It was an interesting time just getting there. Dwight uses COTA Mainstream, special transportation for the handicap. He has 'door to door', which means the driver is supposed to push him from our door to the bus, and from the bus to the door of his destination. Our ramp goes out the back door so the bus uses the alley to pick Dwight up. Today the electric company was working on lines on one end of the alley and the phone company was on the other--the bus couldn't get in. So it parked out front of the neighbors and pushed Dwight thru our pea gravel (no small task), down the alley to the neighbors drive, down the drive and to the front street. That is one great driver.
Both Drs called Dwight before I got home about the results. The kidney Dr wasn't too happy that Dwight won't just pack up and check into the hospital, she doesn't seem to understand how Cota mainstream works as far as scheduling going. Dwight told he won't go till Monday, I don't think she is used to someone telling her no. Dwight talked with is regular Dr and she said Monday if fine. But it does need to be done. A super flush, alot of fluids in and out to try and get the calcium out of his system.
But we don't know when a bed will be avaiable so it will still have to be a same day service call, Monday is the busiest for that. But we will just wait and see and trust God to work it all out.