Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Free At Last

10 days after receiving my new little heart I was released from the hospital!
I had my first of MANY biopsies to check for signs of rejection.
Which to my dismay we already had some. The doctors told me several times this would happen...But...I was not ready to hear it on the first biopsy.
When the doctors came in they continued to promise me that could go home...home back to Ro and Karen's ...YES!!!!
It only took me a moment to get dressed....heheeheheee
I was not giving them time to change their minds.
Kira and Sergio who have been my constant companions, loaded my stuff and me into the car...and off we went...

LIFE IS SO VERY VERY GOOD!

13 comments:

Connie said...

YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!! So incredibly happy for you. Prayers for your continued and speedy recovery.

linda said...

I couldn't be more excited for you! Home at last! Now how long do you need to stay in Salt Lake? I bet your itching to get back to Idaho and your own home!

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

AWESOME News!!!
Enjoy your new "life"
Warmly,
Deb :)

Josh and Ali said...

Yay! Can't wait for you to come home! (And to see your grand-daughter who is coming VERY soon!)

Michele said...

Yippeee...that's awesome news!

Hugz
Michele

Lourie said...

That is fantastic news! You look fantastic and so happy!

tammy said...

Wow. Look at you. Just amazing.

Julie said...

I really don't much about this kind of stuff Janiece, but isn't some rejection normal, and isn't it all overcome-able? Hope it all continues with smooth sailing for you!

parkithere said...

WOW...so many answers to prayers...love you tons...

...You May Say I'm A Dreamer said...

I am so very happy for you and will continue to pray for a quick and healthy recovery. May the Lord continue to bless you and your family!
~Mary

Diane said...

You are in my thoughts and prayers!
"Bless Your Heart"......

Kayleen said...

That is so SUPER Awesome! Love, Love, Love ya with all our hearts!

Jenny said...

Hooray for you! Hooray! What an amazing miracle medicine is so often these days!