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February 14, 2005
Hospiblogging, Part 6: Remote Hospiblog

One last update for tonight, before I crash out for the evening.

I just got off the phone with the nurse's station at the hospital, and the First Mate is still doing well. Her blood pressure is up a bit, which is rather normal for her. Her blood sugar is still normal at 108, with still no post-operative insulin. The pancreas looks like it's working well, and everyone is delighted with the results.

Hugh Hewitt had me on his show earlier tonight, after I called Duane to see if he wanted me for the Eason's Fables coverage. Hugh knew that I had been at the hospital since yesterday evening and wanted to give me a break from the story tonight, but I always have such a blast on his show, and quite frankly I needed the distraction. After making sure that I initiated the request, Hugh brought me on, and we talked a little bit about Marcia and the importance of organ donation before any discussion of Easongate.

Many of you know Hugh the pundit, but not so much Hugh and Duane the gracious and generous friends to a large number of bloggers. Many thanks, you two, and again many thanks to all of you who have prayed and crossed fingers for the First Mate and I.

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Posted by Ed Morrissey at February 14, 2005 8:28 PM

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