Discussion in 'The Safe Harbor' started by Judi, Aug 17, 2011.
Prayers and good thoughts and wishes for today's surgery.
Prayers and good thoughts are on the way for your sister and for your whole family. Sometimes the hardest part is for those that are waiting for the patient.
Judi called to tell me that Cis' surgery evidently went well and she's in recovery. Thank you again for your prayers.
That is wonderful news Mary Ann and we will keep Cis in our prayers for a speedy recovery.
Great news, thanks for letting us know
Glad this is behind her & she is on the road to recovery
Great news...glad it's over and I'm praying for a speedy recovery!!
Hope the good news keeps coming!
Thank you for giving us the good news Mary Ann. My prayers will continue.
Prayers for an uneventful recovery. Cis was on my mind a lot today.
Thats great news!!!
Fantastic news! Prayers continue for a speedy recovery.
I'm taking the liberty of posting an email Judi received from Cis' daughter last night:
"Op went great, diagnosis also great. Should be no further issue."
Again, thank you for your prayers and good thoughts.
Nice to see the good news!
Again, thank you.
Latest from Judi:
Cis is doing GREAT! They might even let her come home Sunday!
Good news indeed! Continued prayers for a full and successful recovery.
Thank you all for your prayers and good wishes.
We were going to stop at the hospital on the way home from Baltimore, but Mal came down with the "ship crud" and we didn't want to infect her.
I spoke with her both last night and this morning. She sounds good. The only reason she didn't come home today was because the surgery put her into atrial fibrillation.
The good news is that she will be home tomorrow!
Thanks again...prayers and good wishes really do help. :doubleup:
Good news, indeed, Sis. Is Cis back in normal sinus rhythm, or have they given her medication again?
Hope Mal feels better quickly, too.
I suspect they wouldn't have let her out unless they got it back under control, Sis.
I spoke with her around 5:00pm and she was waiting for a wheelchair. The nurse had just been in to give her a pain killer, so I suspect by now she's sound asleep.