Good morning to all of Jesse's friends and family,
She is finally home!!!
We got her home last night after her ECHO and Fascarnet drugs were done. It took the Cardiologist a few hours to get back to us with the ECHO results. Her heart is not pumping blood as strong as it was and they are a little concerned. She will be going back to the Hospital tomorrow for blood tests to see how her Platelets are holding up. She is scheduled for next Wednesday to get Platelets and another ECHO.
Jes threw up twice last night and unfortunately didn't sleep very well for her first night in her bed. She said she was very restless. I messed up the pump settings on her TPN meds so they didn't pump in like they were suppose to. What a night.
Team Catron had an injury to it's star player (Dee) yesterday. She woke up with diarrhea and throwing up. Not a good thing to get in the Hospital because you can't use the bathroom in the room. You have to run down the hall and hope one of the two bathrooms for the whole floor is open. She left early in the morning to try to stay away from infecting Jesse. Dakota came in to save the day (thanks to Chris Alvarez for the ride).
I left work early to take McKenzie to the Dentist (now she has a runny nose...oh my gosh), get some meds for the Momma, and headed to the Hospital to bring Jesse home.
I want to thank Erica, David and Michelle for dropping everything they were doing, when Dakota called them on a very short notice, and come over and help sanitize the house for Jesse. They came in and really cleaned the house. Michelle went to the store for us and got some essentials that Dee had planned on stopping and getting (toilet paper) but was to sick on her drive home. Michelle got some other necessities (like butterfingers (my weakness) and cold medicine and food). Thank you all so much.
My words fall short of my real feelings towards you guys and everyone else that has been so emotionally and financially supportive. It really hits me, when I finally have time to just sit down and breath, how many people have reached out to us in so many ways. The blessings we have received are humbling. I hope to be that giving and supportive when my turn comes. You all have taught me so much of what I lack and fall short of in my life. Thank you all so much.
Have a blessed day