Late Monday afternoon, Ford received permission to work from home for 2 weeks. This was great news! We hurried over to BYU to retrieve the necessary equipment he would need in order to do the work that needed to be done.
Bright and early Tuesday morning, Ford was up and raring to go. Within a short time, he was up and running. So, his computer is able to communicate with the computer on his BYU desktop and the person he is training is able to sit at his desk and they can work on the same thing at the same time and see what each other is doing. Our landline is on set to speaker and they work a full day, everyday.
Ford is very content and happy being able to do his work. BYU has been very gracious to allow him to do this.
Now, we are working to keep him well and recovering. Our target is to make it two weeks until his next appointment with the pulmonologists. At that time we will be able to see if there is any improvement in his chest x-rays.
So aside from having the landline tied up all day and Ford talking constantly for hours, everything is progressing in his favor. He is gaining weight, his breathing is improving, and he has been able to begin to ride his stationary recumbent bike to gain some muscle.