Saturday, November 12, 2011

Good news, no news

Late yesterday I received a phone call from Mike in Harborview hospital saying they are sending him home can I come and get him. I called a couple of friends, and one of them said yes of course I will drive you to the hospital.
We arrived back home around 8:45pm last night and tucked Mike into bed for a good night's rest.

As for the 'no news' the hospital techs had drawn enough blood from Mike to do all the necessary tests, and as he was stable and able to keep his temperature under control with medication, they said he could come home. Harborview is a very busy hospital and of course they needed the bed and sending him home leaves a bed for another patient.

Our next move is to make an appointment for Mike to see his own doctor this week who will have test results, and we can proceed from there. We do know of one problem which will have to be addressed, but before that happens, the cause of the temperature has to be determined.

Mike and I sincerely thank you, our friends and family, for all the prayers and good wishes you have been sending our way, I can't begin to tell you how much it has meant to us to have your support.

4 comments:

GAIL said...

Jenn, we are so glad to read that Mike is finally back home at last. Please let us know what the doctor reports. And get some rest if you can girlfriend!!!
Love you, Gail

Anonymous said...

Ooh Jennifer, it is indeed good news that Mike was sent home AND I'm so pleased for you not having to travel on the hectic road to Seattle to get to the Hospital.
Now he's home, and I'm sure you'll be able to relax and take it easy again. Hoooo, I felt for you these past days, because I know what it's all about....!! Take good care of yourself and Mike. Blessings, love and hugs from us here behind the chilly Alps GINCO

LibertyNews said...

Hang in there guys. I hope they get this sorted out soon. Thanks for all the updates.

edt said...

Hi Keewee, I am glad for you that Mr Completely is home. I hope he continues to recover. Regards from NZ.