I need to blog to calm down.
I don't want to drive my husband crazy and hurt his feelings by asking too many questions.
It's hard not to know when he can come home to us from being there with his dad. It think it will be harder when we arrive back home on Friday without him. Maybe not? I hope not. If it is I don't know what to do to cope.
I can't help but worry about how my in-law's travel insurance (which was originally for THREE DAYS! They requested an extension yesterday) will pay or not pay for extended ICU stay (it seems they have a limit of days), not to mention the thought that they probably don't cover rehabilitation costs -- but maybe they have to, depending on the medical condition and the impossibility of travel. and what if they say it can't be extended? Too many scary what-ifs money wise.
Packing is extremely stressful for me, my husband was going to handle that as he does every time. He's a pro.
The shopping lists I have, for me and for friends are long and then after buying all that I have to PACK all those things.
Then there are the sad background thoughts...
... he is only 71. His parents lived extremely long lives (92 and 94, if I'm not wrong). We took it for granted he'd live that long. At least I did.
... his mom died last year after a stroke and being intubated for a long time and resuscitated multiple times. He does NOT want that and has actually discussed these issues before with family members.
... he is way too conscious of everything around. If he recovers, that's great, if not, it's heartbreaking.