Yesterday we left the hospital hoping that we would get a call in the night saying that a liver was available because Philip was doing so well. This morning, we walked into a series of new problems. The bladder infection from a couple of days ago is not better, and it also includes a fungus infection. The fungus is now being treated with a “bladder wash”. The laboratory microbiologist did some testing on which medication would work best for this type of infection and its resistance strain. He is now on that antibiotic. A chest x-ray showed that his breathing is shallow, so they have him on a breathing machine with a big mask that helps him take deep breaths. He was put back on medication for low blood pressure. All of this keeps him on the transplant list, but they would not be able to take him into the operating room immediately. For the past three days, he hasn’t slept, and now all he does is sleep. I really don’t know if he has any idea where he is, or who we are. Some of the doctors came in and explained the dangers, and yet there is optimism that things will get better. He has come back before, so we pray.