At around 5:3opm this afternoon, Jacqui, Sophia, and I walked out of HUP following my final neutropenic fever lock down. We are so happy to have this all behind us. It’s been 7 1/2 months of this. Hard to believe. But we’re done.
No more chemo. No more neutropenic fevers. No more lymphoma.
By the way, I am certainly not looking my best, but the crappy photo above, taken with my phone, makes me look horrible. And the oxygen tank next to the stroller is not mine, so don’t freak out.
Thanks again to the amazing team of doctors and nurses and support staff who got me through this is one piece. I love you all.
Thanks to all of you out there who have been so supportive and loving through all of this. I love you all too.
And thanks to Jacqui, Sophia, my mom and dad and sister, and Jacqui’s parents Alan and Debbie who’ve all been incredible. And, wow, do I love you guys.
6 thoughts on “The Tank Is Not Mine”
I think you look great, but then again I am not wearing my glasses. You are finally taking the walk right out of HUP….I am so happy for the three of you. xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo
” tank you” for being so positive, strong and loving. We all love you very much.
You have been amazing the past 7 1/2 months.You, Jacqui & Sophia are the dream team.We love you all.Dad & Deb
If I were you, I would fire the photographer…
Michael, Jacqui and Sophia,So happy to hear that you’re home. May you continue your recovery.Love,Rachel et al
We are so happy for some great news. You and Jacqui are two of the strongest people we know. Hope you are celebrating. Sophia is beautiful as always. Our love to you all.Cousins Amy,Stan, Nikki, and John
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