Thursday, April 21, 2011

Guest Post: Coming home soon!

Well, I want to say thank you on behalf of my wife for all the balloons, emails, flowers, meals and cards. I've been reading all the emails to her every night and she really appreciates all the support she's received from all her friends and readers. She's been doing very well and the doctors are hoping to discharge her in the next day or so! (IY''H) Someone asked and her kepitel is lamed zayin. Please continue the tefillos for Alisheva bas Esther.

10 comments :

Amy said...

Wonderful news!! Sheva has been in my thoughts and prayers everyday. She is missed dearly, even in the virtual world! I can't imagine how tough it has been on the cherubs at home as well as Daddy.

Anonymous said...

So happy to hear! I've been checking the blog every day in the hope to hear something like this! Hopefully this will be the last visit to the hospital :)

Taylor and Dean said...

Yay!! We will keep praying for you and sending our best wishes to your fabulous family. Charles, you are a great guest poster but there's nothing like Miss Sheva herself! :) Thinking about your family lots during this challenging time, and praying for all the best.

schap said...

such good news!!!!

redsneakz said...

C,
I know how hard it is to have a loved one in the hospital over the chagim, and in the hospital in general. All of us down here in Tysons wish for a refuah shleimah for Sheva and that she should get her physical strength back.
-- Chuck

Ilisa Ailts said...

Thank goodness!

לירן חן said...

Good to hear!

Feel well!

EN said...

Sheva, I am so happy to hear that you'll be heading home soon. As a mother it must be so frustrating to be the one who requires care and nurturing, as it is our inclination to want to care and nurture those around us. I bet you can't wait to get home to your babies! Feel better soon!

Anonymous said...

Hi, I was just reading another blog and happened upon yours--I knew you in Boston but I don't think you knew me. I always admire your grace and style and am praying for the very best outcome for all of you.

Devorah said...

I'm behind on my blog reading and only got to see this now - but wishing you a refuah shelaima-a quick and speedy recovery-and hope that by now you are home and things get better each day!

Will keep having you in mind in my tefillos!!