May 4, 2005
Survival is important these days and Janice and I are making due as best we can. Roosevelt is feeding better every time we sit down with him, but the stress and structure of a desperately rigorous feeding schedule has made it so, well, we forget to feed ourselves.
A friend brought over lasagna last night and it's been the only thing sustaining us since: Lasagna sandwiches for lunch, lasagna and salad for dinner--I'm even considering mixing it with eggs for breakfast.
This is how it is, these first hesitant days: you make due as best you can. You don't eat, you don't sleep, you don't bathe--and you don't care.