The Hospital: Day Six

Saturday, July 3

This day was another dull day—same routines.

The nurses use a pen to record the patient’s blood pressure and temperature on a chart. The mean nurse who wears goggles was so busy trying to take my cup of water that she accidentally left her writing pen on my tray table. I hid the pen in the sheets of my bed. Then I got a paper mask and began the third pouch. I wrote Daniel’s phone number and Rosita’s phone number inside. I also made up codes for my observations about the patient monitors.

In my evening video call with Daniel. I use code words and references again to try and explain what is happening here. I ask him to do everything he can to get me out of this nightmare.

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7/3/21, 11:12 AM – Maria: Yo no estoy cuidando las gallinas para que lo haga usted.😉👍🏽

7/3/21, 11:31 AM – D: Ok, muchas gracias

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Daniel’s notes: Lawyer SB: 7/3/21, 11:00 a.m. – D: Good morning SB,I understand you may be very busy. I will need to speak with you today. The hospital has moved my mother and I dont know where she is. I am unable to contact her and it has been more than 24hours. Thank you.

7/3/21, 12:02 p.m. – Lawyer SB: <Media omitted>

7/3/21, 12:03 p.m. – D: <Media omitted>

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