This is how she looked with her tubes and pacing wires removed from her chest.
They took an x-ray afterwards and she actually said cheese for her picture :)
Here's what our ICU room looks like.
We got her to sit in a chair again too. She loves all the gifts that she's been getting. She was also able to get the oxygen removed too. Her sats are in the 90s which is best we've ever seen without oxygen.
Thanks to everyone who made something for her room. She loves all the decorations that all her friends made.
She was able to eat some real food today. The morphine made her nauseous again, so she wasn't able to keep anything down until dinner. I ordered her some spaghetti, a roll, and mashed potatoes and she ate some of it. She had a few spoons of mashed potatoes. However, when I put a little gravy in it, she threw up. I think she thought I was trying to put medicine in it, and then refused to eat any more of it.
She was pretty grumpy yesterday and would barely talk to us. She would mostly glare at us or give blank stares. However, today she started talking more. She liked having a bow in her hair, getting her toenails painted, and putting some of her own clothes on. Although, later we found out that the nail polish on her toe nails prevented us from putting the pulse ox on because it can't get a good signal. The pulse ox's red light is irritating her finger, so we're having to move it every 2 hours instead of every 4 hours. I had to wait until she was sleeping to remove polish from her big toe.