Here he is with Stephanie.
If you look closely in the above picture, you'll see a container of boiled peanuts next to The Dawg. His daughter-in-law, Edie, made them and brought them to him today. She also sent some on Sunday. Here's Edie:
Son, Vic, looks on as Stephanie checks Carroll, probably wiring him up to machine he took off when he got dressed.
Well, he's not going home today. More tests Friday morning; however, Dr. Handshoe has already said Carroll can go home Friday afternoon.
Here is Dr. Handshoe giving him the news:
Cancer has not been ruled out but Dr. Handshoe said the spot on the upper right lung didn't look like cancer, although, as he mentioned, cancer can look different some times. There's also a possibility of "bird fancier's lung disease." There are probably other possibilities as well. We should know more after tomorrow's tests are read, which probably won't be until Tuesday since Monday is a holiday.
Everybody at Summerville Medical Center has been wonderful, but The Dawg still wants to go home.
Here's another one of the nice people. She's Jenny, and she shares Carroll's last name. She's a Smith.