Just over a month ago the flight doctor took me aside as we were preparing Tatyanna for transport to the Children’s Hospital in the city, “I want you to know that I will do everything that I can to give you more time with your daughter but I can’t make any promises. There is a chance that you could lose her during transport, there is a chance that she may not even survive being intubated. She is a very sick little girl.”
Yesterday I pushed my smiling daughter into the sunshine as we walked out of the hospital together. The magnitude of that moment was not lost on me and the sense of gratitude was overwhelming. Her health remains fragile, the strands that bind her here become more gossamer with each passing moment. But for today, Tatyanna is home, blessing us with her smiles and brown eyes that still sparkle with mischief.

Thank you all for your thoughts and prayers.  The love and support that people have for Tatyanna and our family means so much.

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One Response to “home”

  1. Eric says:

    Succulent respite, fair moments that carry us alight
    A giddiness, a wonder, a faltering sadness and delight
    For that moment there is the sanction of love, no longer the plight.


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