Wednesday, April 18, 2012

T+20 He's Home!!!

We are finally all under the one roof - and all in our jammies - just the way we like it!

Thank you to all of you who have helped us through the hospital phase of this journey - we couldn't have done it without you.  Seriously - there is absolutely no way we could have done it without all the help, prayers, phone calls, meals, visits - you name it - support we've had.

I am sure we will continue to rely on all of you through this next phase too - especially since I may have promised the OT that I wouldn't leave Murray unsupervised for a minute while he was waiting to go to rehab.

It is so lovely to all be at home together again - it was exactly 3 weeks ago that we were last together like this.  Never could we have imagined what was about to unfold!


Anonymous said...

I hope and pray that tonight is a peaceful one for your family. Hope Murray feels much better soon and his kidney function continues to improve.
Lovely to see you all together in the photo (in your jammies).

Julie Kneale

Deb L said...

Lovely news. Really lovely, lovely news. Sleep tight!

Anonymous said...

Great to see you all together at home. I'm sure it will help Murray to be in his home environment and to see Ashlea improving. Still praying hard for you, Murray and Ashlea and the rest of your family and will continue in the weeks ahead. Look after yourself and try not to get too tired by taking on too much each day - especially in moving between home, doctors visits, rehab. Do not worry about anything, trust God and take one day at a time. Steve thinks you guys are very brave. Lots of love. Mel & Steve

Susan, Mum to Molly said...

What a crazy rollercoaster ride the last three weeks have been...

Awesome photo! Heartwarming to see you all home together again - even if it is only for a short while.

Shall message you about how we can best help on Friday.

Hugs - and sleep well!!

Susan xx

Mo said...

Home again and ALL on the road to recovery and better health... It's what you've wanted all along. Amen! May you all continue to put one foot in front of the other, as you adjust to life post-transplant! Thanks for sharing your family with the world... I've been reading the whole time.

Anonymous said...

Have a good couple of days, a breath before the next round of busyness and hopefully some memories are jogged with being home!
love and prayers


Anonymous said...

Good to see you all together. How is Murray managing?

Anonymous said...

Home, yay! There must be some good! (Instead of worrying that he will be unsafe there, the answer should be to pray that all are safe and healthy there, is my thought.) I reckon the girls are pleased to see Dad! Hi brave and selfless Murray and Alison! You are a great example of loving parents.
Lots of love from Fay.

Sarah said...

Great to see your all together under the one roof x

The Trousdell Five said...

Best family photo!!