Letters to Tuvia Y3/#SOL18 3/30 Hag Sameach from the Emergency Room

Evening T,

Of course I could have used you sitting next to me at another family seder. With your trusty stethoscope in the glove box, you could have made a pre-ER judgement, but honestly, Manda is VERY. cabable.

So here in the Ville my dad was visited all day by pieces of the family and by 5:30 most of the clan had a seat around Marla’s table and we were moving well, senstive to the 6 kids under 4, until it was decided that Nas, clearly not himself, needed his temperature taken and before I knew it he had 103 and  Manda and I were off with Nas in Manda’s new car headed for the emergency room and dreading a long night without dinner.

But for starters, what a great staff. We were in in no time and even though it took time to get an informal judgement that it was probably the flu and Tylenol was best for Nas with time away from others and keeping him washing his hands. He was such a good boy with the nurses and doctor.

Here’s hoping that Nas is back to himself tomorrow morning and Seder night #2 flows, uncomplicated.


Bonnie S.



4 thoughts

  1. Never easy to have someone sick during family time together. But when you have littles in your life, it happens more often than not. Hopping that Nas feels better by tomorrow and things are calmer for Seder night #2

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