I think I need to keep a log throughout the day because I have a hard time remembering by the night time what happened during the day. Glenn started the day not feeling as perky as he did yesterday. He thinks it's because he did too much yesterday when he had all his tubes pulled out and he felt much better. He did find the strength today to talk to a special visitor: our preacher.
Several people have asked if we have any idea when Glenn might get to go home. The answer is no we don't know. We are taking it one day at a time. I thought it might be in the first of the week but it looks like that is not the case. There needs to be more healing on the inside where the part of the colon was removed and the bleeding stops. Until then he will be getting more platelets to try to get the bleeding to stop altogether. He is still on clear liquid diet until there is better healing inside. When that happens he will be able to advance his diet to full liquid then regular diet to make sure everything is working as it should be. Trust me, when we find out when we are going home, you will all know it.