Hope, faith, wait and pray for a miracle is the only thing we can do. I’ve been a Project Manager for 14 years and I’m used to timelines, tasks and solutions; there’s always a solution to a problem. I’ve never failed a project which is why I can say that even this “project” will have a successful ending. The ending might be months or even several years out, we don’t know yet. This is by far the most difficult task I’ve dealt with and it’s hard to relay on hope, faith and a miracle. I need concrete solutions but the doctors doesn’t have one. Eric’s Neurosurgeon said this morning that he’s getting worried; it’s been over three weeks and he’s still not responding on commands. I can’t just wait around so I asked the doctor to research other solutions which he will. Eric responded on commands a few days ago but since the surgery there’s been nothing. A MRI is scheduled for tomorrow to see how the pressure looks like to his brain.
A friend told me last night that he had been worried that I would pack up my stuff and leave when this happened. I won’t. Believe me, I’m going to fight for Eric harder then ever before. I’m scared and at the same time feeling stronger then ever, I hope Eric can feel my energy because he needs it. The staff here at ICU are the best and we’ll do everything to bring Eric back to his friends and family. Davidson’s don’t quit.