As I was driving Amy to clinic this morning, she was telling me she did not feel right. Just as she was saying the words she began to have a seizure. Thankfully I was able to get off the main road on to a side road , stop the car and get around to her fairly quickly. The seizure probably did not last that long, but seemed like an eternity. After it was over, she was confused and looked up at me and ask what in the world I was doing? The last thing she remembered was me driving then all of a sudden I'm standing beside her on the passenger's side of the car. I am so thankful she does not remember any of it. We proceeded to the clinic, and I called them to report what had happened and as I pulled in front of the clinic several nurses and a doctor were there to help me. The staff at the ABMT Clinic is amazing and I have grown to love and respect them all. The staff checked Amy over and decided to admit her to the hospital. Amy has not had any more seizure activity and has rested well and feels okay. Its nice that they are giving her IV medications which keeps her pain under control. Michael brought her some of her favorite banana popsicles to the hospital, we watched a few Law and Order reruns and had a great visit with my sister Mary Beth (my other sister Genie comes tomorrow :). Thankfully the day ended better than it began.
*We would like to ask for prayers - there are some very tough decisions to be made.
Like Amy has said, we cannot thank you enough for all the thoughts, prayers, emails, cards, letters, phone calls, visits, support, ... over the 19 months.