The good news first: if all goes well I’ll be home by the end of the week. The bad news is that I’ll probably have to go to another hospital in Verona next week.
They let me eat today to see how I react, I have to make sure to keep a regular diet while I’m at home, and I’ll probably not work on Gentoo or anything else for the time. I think I’ll pass most of my days in bed even at home, playing with C&C3 or something else (I could play with the PS3 but my arms are still hurting from the IV needles — which I don’t have on at the moment — and they’d probably stress me more physically than an RTS).
I will probably be tempted to write something or to fix lights or some other electrical work. I’ll see to avoid that. I should probably read more, as this year I haven’t read just as much as I should have. If you feel like doing something, my wishlist is still at the same place 😉
The only things I will probably try to write about are the shortcomings of the hospital I’m in. I didn’t say this before, but I’m not in the same one I was last year, because in the mean time the new hospital was open and the old one closed. Not everything is good when it’s new, for sure. The staff, is, possibly luckily, the same as before.
I think I’ll see to nap a bit right now probably, as last night I wasn’t able to sleep too much because of some other patients in this unit.
Note to self: get Scrubs season 4 DVDs before I come out of Verona’s Hospital. (Those you won’t find on the wishlist because I usually buy them in Italian.)