14 days, 28 nurses, 3 different infections, 1 nasal biopsy, 1 PICU visit, 3 different rooms, 2 different NG tubes, 8 medications, 30 techs, about 7 x-rays, 5 department teams of doctors, innumerous blood draws, and many cc's of urine later WE ARE GOING HOME! We are finishing up with our last dose of antibiotics and then getting the heck out of dodge! We are more than blessed to live in these days of advanced medical care. I am thankful for the life of my son and for the opportunity I get to be with my whole family (until chemo next week)! I am thankful for all of the people who have brought our family dinners and who have even come to the hospital to bring food and for the company and for sitting with Spencer while we needed to fulfill other family obligations. It has been a long emotional two weeks but thanks to the power of Faith, prayers, fasting and medicine we made it through! Spence is enjoying a game of Bingo while he gets his last dose of meds and before we skip out of this place. If you don't hear from me for a couple of days, no need to worry, just enjoying the fam. PLEASE don't forget about PROJECT SUPER QUILT.
This is real "red eye".