Day 42: Thankful

It’s a special Thanksgiving for us this year. We have quite a bit to be thankful for. Hot air balloons named RosieThe awesome hotel staff at the Homewood SuitesAtivanReRe – our housekeeeper for 8 weeks Our transplant nurses Carolyn & Christy at th…

Day 26: DISCHARGED!

We’ve officially been discharged. More details tomorrow. Is it possible to forget what your forks look like in 8 weeks? Apparently so.

Day 22

Liver enzyme levels are still elevated but much better than they have been. The transplant nurse still has us scheduled for discharge on Tuesday! We’re planning to check out the Greenville Open Studios event tomorrow and going on a sunrise hot air ba…

Day 19

There’s a light at the end of the tunnel and we’re getting closer to it. We got to play hookey today from the cancer center — we slept late, ate breakfast, and got ourselves ready for a visit with Papa (Momma’s Daddy) and Ms. Jo (Papa’s little lady).B…

Still Fighting

We’re still here! Last week’s work meeting in ATL was crazy busy and left little time for updates. Beyond a week long migraine and elevated liver enzyme levels there wasn’t much to report. Daddy stepped in and did a great job as caretaker for the week….

Quick Update

Super quick update before I head down to my meeting.Engraftment happened Sunday! She’s no longer neutropenic and was released from lock down yesterday! No more extra fluid bag to carry around either.I think she and daddy went out to celebrate last nigh…

Day 9 & 10

Just arrived at the outpatient center at St. Francis for weekend labs, fluids, and doc appointment. We’ve been here for 45 minutes already and she’s only had her BP and weight taken. No labwork yet which means the doctor will be here before the lab res…