Friday, April 10, 2009

Finally Home

Good Morning,

Jesse finally arrived home at 8:30pm. She had medications to wait for, and discharge papers, but she is home. She had a good night, and did not have to get up to go to the bathroom at all. This morning she ate half a pack of oatmeal and it has stayed down. The problem we are facing, is she just does not want to eat, nothing sounds good. She also has to stay on the low-microbial diet, so she does not get sick from bacteria in certain foods.

The little hair that Jesse grew while being at home last round, is falling out. She bought 2 wigs off ebay, that we are still waiting to arrive. One is a short blonde and the other is Spiky black. We will have to take a picture of her when they finally arrive. We are awaiting the arrival of Lindsay on Sunday, and my parents will arrive on Saturday the 18th. We are thankful to have visitors, it puts some normalcy in our lives.

We have started a Raffle for an Ipod touch. The tickets are just $5.00 each and the money will be used to help pay Jesse's medical bills. We now have a visa/mastercard button for payment, just make sure you give us your name and a phone number or email, because you could be the winner. You can also help us by selling tickets to friends, family & co-workers.

Thank you all for your support and prayers.

Team Catron


Lisa Suazo said...

We are so glad to hear that Jesse is home! And the Ipod raffle is a great idea - 4 friends in Colorado are buying tickets and my brother in Texas just forwarded Jesse's site info to 50 of his closest friends. I'm working on an idea to get about 5,000 sailors on the USS George Washington, stationed in Japan, to get onboard with this. My son is on that ship, and he works in the nuclear power plant. He may have some influence . . . he has told me that with a turn of a dial, there is no hot water for showers, or cooking . . . HA! This will be a most blessed Easter - what a beautiful thing to know you are all together.

Grandma and Grandpa said...

"O give thanks to the Lord, for He is good: for His mercy endures for ever. Let the redeemed of the Lord say so, who He has redeemed from the hand of the enemy." Psalms 107:1,2

Hello Jesse and Family; I don't know where yesterday's message went; I 'published' it, and saw it afterward, but don't see it now.--Maybe I will go look for it later.

We join the many, many others who are rejoicing in the goodness, mercies, kindness and faithfulness of our God Almighty, Jesse, that you have had a marvelous turn-around, and are able to eat a little and hold it down, the pain level is down, the heart number up, and you are home!--And Lindsay will be there for Easter! How "cool" is that? And then MorMor and Grandpa will be there in a week. We are so thrilled for all of you. It will be an extra special blessed and sacred week-end for you all!

We want to thank all of the friends and faithful ones who have supported our children in their prayers and messages, good deeds and financially; and let you know we pray for you and yours, and ask God's blessings and protection for you, and wish you a very Blessed Resurrection Easter!

Catrons, we love you dearly, and are praising God for you.

God's Girl said...

Oh... we are so glad to hear you are finally home. It is indeed, Good Friday! It is so good to have family coming too. We will pray that you have a wonderful time and that you feel good!

I plan on posting about you on my blog so maybe my friends in blogyland will help spred the word and purchase raffle tickets! : )

Get some rest girl!

Love you!

chelsea galindo said...

YAY!! im glad to hear that you are at home now Jesse:)
Enjoy your stay and i will continue to pray for you and your family!
have a blessed day:)<3


John Suazo said...

Dear Jesse,

I have heard a lot about you and your family and what you are going through right now. It is easy for someone like me to get wrapped up in the little things that can make each day difficult and forget what is really important. I think it is so incredible to see someone like you who is faced with such an enormous challenge and how everyone around you has risen to show their love and support. Know that there are people all around the world, even here in Japan, who are praying for you and gaining inspiration from your strength and the strength of your family. I am glad that you can be home for Easter and I hope that you continue to feel better.