Nice to turn some thoughts away from the hospital for a moment to muse on you all and our Thanksgiving tradition. I trust you all have much to be thankful for, and that the holiday is great.
We are doing well the last two days, and are now out of the ICU. Today, the last of Griffin’s various tubes and wires came off, so it feels monumental and freeing. We may be discharged as soon as Friday, it sounds like. So, indeed, we are thankful and glad, and have appreciated all your friendship and support and good thoughts and words. The last weeks, and especially the last two weeks, have been hard ones.
In so many ways this has been an extraordinary year, and as the holidays approach and take us in, I hope to muse on that with you all soon.
I’d liken to see a little more action on the blog as well. Jeff, glad to hear you are emerging from the more difficult stages of Griffin’s procedure.
Thanks, Ned. Yes, the blog has been rather quiet.
We were glad to come home on Thanksgiving Day, as it turned out. Griffin is doing well and his old self, and we’re happy the four of us are back to some normalcy. I went back to the office today, so life resumes in some regular patterns.
I hope you all had good holiday weekends. MIss you all.