Kiereney has had a very, very rough weekend.
She's given up hope that she will ever be better.
Kelli went down to see her this weekend and to get her some things and found out that Kiereney has given up, to the point that Kelli did not feel comfortable leaving her alone.
Unfortunately, life has to go on in the fact that Kelli now has a job and they expect her there. Plus her father is down there and can help with Kiereney.
Kelli got home last night and we thought problem was solved.
Until Kiereney called this morning and said she can't do this anymore.
I suggested she call the neurosurgeon's office who is doing the 2nd surgery and asked if they got the letter from the 2nd opinion neurosurgeon(we know they did because we got our copy) and if there is a possibility the surgery could be done before her apt. on March 24(which we were told at the last visit that as soon as he got the letter and ordered the shunt that he would do the surgery).
I'm not sure who she talked to but I would like to buy this person for what she is really worth and sell her for what she thinks she is worth. This nurse got out KJ's file and told her that there "looked" like there was a note in there that said that Dr. Schultz(original neurosurgeon) said he doesn't think he can do the surgery.
That was not that nurse's place to tell KJ that and we had not heard anything of the kind.
So now KJ is beside herself and that is not good.
I'm supposed to get a call from Dr. Schultz's office about this today.
The clock is ticking and if I don't talk to them by noon they may get a personal visit in between the time I need to take Roger to find out why his knee is swollen up and no, it is not gout this time as the gout meds aren't working and may be related to his hip replacement he had done 3 years ago and pick Kelli up from work at 4.
For the next installment, just roll the dice above. It's a crapshoot as to what can possibly go wrong around Casa Campbell next.