husband has continued stable although he's had a few 'twinges', as he put it, that scared him. The bigger issue now is that he's falling into a depression. Not surprising, it's a combination of post-traumatic stress and frustration at being deprived of virtually every normal activity and freedom, plus wondering what bad thing is going to happen next, plus a new diet that is radical for him ... strict nonfat vegetarian. We're Eastern Orthodox and have observed fasts for years, in which we eat a vegan diet at certain significant times of year, but oils/fats are typically allowed. It makes a big difference. Plus this diet is supposed to be permanent, whereas a fasting period is of a defined duration. husband has started saying things like, "I'll do these dishes; it's all that I'm good for now,". He got very irritable with our two youngest PCs this afternoon - strange behavior given that he was looking forward SO MUCH to easy child 1 & 3 coming home from college, and easy child 2 had been away for the weekend. husband's partners have decided to rework staffing so as to give everyone an easier schedule - something to celebrate! But I think it's going to be a rough few weeks here at home. husband absolutely hates doing nothing; he has some Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) about neatness and cleanliness that he can normally manage, but at home he'll notice every speck of dust on the baseboards and want to literally take the house apart to clean it. This SHOULD be a happy holiday with everyone home, but I don't know how it's going to work out.