This is Joshua.
This is Joshua's current O2 saturation:
When we recieved that information from the orphanage about a month ago I nearly had to pick myself up off the floor.
I had no idea that 65% continuously was even capable of sustaining life.
Can I go ahead and admit something to you,
My knowledge of oxygen hovers somewhere around the fact that
I know we inhale it
and that the symbol on the periodic table for it is O2.
Thank you middle school science.
And that folks
is about all I got.
So when we found out we were going to need to travel wit it
I set out to figure out how exactly that was going to go down.....or.....errrr....up.
Oxygen in flight?
Reserve it a couple of weeks before the flight and we are good to go.
Oxygen on the ground?
Turns out you can't bring a traditional portable oxygen container on board an airline.
Go ahead and say, "duh Sonia".
I can take it.
I live with teenagers.
You can say duh to me
it won't hurt my feelings.
there is this
a portable oxygen concentrator.
Nice to meet you.
We are going to be good, good friends.
And we rejoice.
And feel knowledgeable
and feel less like an uninformed dork.
To buy: $4,000- $5,000
To rent: $230/week.
I choose rent!
Now if I can just manage to have this....rather pricey..... machine not meet the same fate as my curling iron last time we were over there we will be in good shape.
I'm off to read up on voltage conversion and wattage and other such electrical fun now.
Man, I bee gettin smarder bi tha dayy.
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