No, Scott doesn't have any new problems today. However, Derry and I are thinking of renting a hotel room for a couple nights so we don't fall victim to the bleach fumes within the house. I had to go to Costco and get a new 6-gallon pack, as the 3 gallons here just weren't enough to do the job Stephanie deemed necessary.
We got home yesterday and Scott almost immediately wanted to go buy a game at GameStop. He managed to go with me and walk around there and a brief stop at Publix. While I actually wanted to wait on the game a day or two, it was nice to see he could still work the Xbox 360 properly. It is just hard to tell what he can and can't do.
It was interesting this morning, as we asked him a few questions. He says he remembered us taking his temp here (3 weeks ago today), and that it was high enough to require going to the hospital. He has a pretty blank slate between that night and the 2nd scan that showed the clot clear. He told me he thought he was in the hospital about a week and a half. Doesn't remember getting the tube down his nose. Doesn't remember virtually anything about the few days before we knew what was wrong and a few days afterward. Can't recall when certain things sent by certain people showed up.
But he did notice the nightclub next to Border's had changed names, and that the bank on the corner had also changed names (something I hadn't even noticed).
Yes, we're home and damn happy to be home. But we have to be aware of the effects this event caused. We do have to have a brief clinic visit early tomorrow for bloodwork. Crossing our fingers on that one. The shots are still going to be twice daily. It was really weird for Scott to get one at home the first time, and I think it disturbs Stephanie even more here than at the hospital.
When leaving yesterday, Stephanie mentioned to the nurses it was nice to be past the worst part of this "little bump in the road". One of the nurses told her "that was no little bump in the road. That was a very big bump, and it had all of us worried".
Still awaiting an attack of ravens, rabid raccoons or aliens of some sort.