Tuesday, August 11, 2009

We're going home...

Just so you know, Lisa Marie was discharged from the hospital this afternoon. The final Jackson-Pratt drain was removed early this morning meaning she was finally free from all tubing and other attachments that had restricted her these last 3 weeks. We will spend the night in the hotel here in the hospital and then we should be arriving back in Houston at ~6pm tomorrow followed shortly thereafter by hugs and kisses to 3 little ones. It will be good to be HOME.

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't know what to say except thank the Lord. Travel safely.

Sara said...

Congratulations!!! So glad to hear that!

Leslie said...

WOW!!! Awesome news. I hope she goes home and takes it easy. No Supermom crap or anything like that!! Hope trip home is a good one.

Anonymous said...

Electronic boarding passes forwarded to your e-mail (if you didn't already print). Hope the trip back is as easy as the way up. Mike

Anonymous said...

It is amazing. God does have a plan for your life. You broke all records. Take each day slow and savor each moment. JD

SullaVinos said...

Congratulations!

Varina said...

YAY!!!!!! Safe travels!

Stephanie said...

What wonderful news!! I'm sure that you both can't wait to be back home. Enjoy hugging the little ones! - Steph

Anonymous said...

Great news! Enjoy the homecoming. And do take it slowly for a while. So wonderful to know that you are on your way to getting back to your nomral family lif. LOve, Kim and Dave

Mahima said...

Yay!!! So happy for you guys!!!

Anonymous said...

Woo hoo!!!! I am so excited for yall! Best news ever! Safe travels to all. We get back on Saturday ready and willing to help out as much as needed. Allison

Renée said...

Wonderful news! Thank you, God! Travel safely.

Cathy G. said...

So excited to hear that you have made it through this step in your journey! Congratulations on making it through the MOAS. Best wishes for a comfortable recovery at home, made all the better by the many hugs and kisses of your precious children!

Anonymous said...

Yea! It's time, it's time. Safe travels home. Margaret

Vito said...

Fantastic News! Please have a safe trip HOME!

Anonymous said...

Best news ever!! Travel safely, look forward to having you home. Love you! Kathryn

Ragan said...

AWESOME!! I am so happy to hear of the impending reunion with your precious babies. It will be a sweet homecoming for all. I'll be thinking about you. Please let us know if there is anything that we can do to help make the home recovery period easier.

Anonymous said...

Honk Honk - Beep Beep - Toot Toot!!!
Love, Auntie Carol

Anonymous said...

Wonderful news! Safe travels home to you both. God bless you.

Anonymous said...

Thank you God for answered prayers. Lisa Marie & Sean, prayers will continue for a long, happy, healthy, PEACEFUL lifetime to you and your family. God bless you. You are both amazing.

Anonymous said...

Home, sweet home

Anonymous said...

Home, sweet home

Anonymous said...

Sweet Dreams!

Anonymous said...

Lisa Marie and her team, Congratulations. Today is a day to celebrate. And the outer circle of friends would like to thank the inner circle for caring so well for LM. Lots of love and well wishes.
Julie F.
PS; I sent an email to the yahoo account. I hope you can read it.

Anonymous said...

Yeah!!! We are so happy you get to go home to your little ones. Our prayers and thoughts have been with you (and them), and we are so excited that you have come so far! Margaret T

Anonymous said...

we are hoping recovery at home is going very well. we expect you are busy with hugs and kisses and some well-deserved naps. give us a quick update when you have time

Anonymous said...

hi lisa marie-

i am a friend of julie fette's and she told me about your blog. i was recently diagnosed with cancer of unknown primary and am being treated at md anderson. julie gave me your info because i may be a candidate for the surgery you just had. naturally i would love to speak to you when you are feeling up to it. my email is shellymburgess@yahoo.com. i also have a blog if you would like to visit: www.caringbridge.org/visit/shellyburgess
your recovery and being with your family is most important so i am willing to wait. i am rooting for you though. take care.

shelly