Home Again, Home Again, Jiggety-jig

That headline may be a bit premature but, to quote Paul Simon, Karyn is homeward bound. At 7 a.m. the neurosurgeon came in and said, “You look great. Let’s get you home.” The only delay since then has been (thankfully) not being a priority. It’s often good not to be the patient requiring the most urgent response. Discharge papers should be filed son and we’ll be on our merry way. 

For those keeping score, that means Karyn will have, for the second time, left the hospital in under two days after brain surgery [Hold for Applause].

There is certainly a lot of recovery time still needed, but it can be done with all the comforts, kids, and cuddly pets of home. Ziggy, our dog, is at least as excited as the kids are to see Karyn. (She is his favorite, and the rest of us don’t even come close. Can you blame him?)

So, that’s it from me, husband reporter. I feel honored to have held down everydayleft.com for a few days, keeping the community/friends updated on their Favorite Legendary Badass. Again, thank you for all the love and strength you provide. You not only make every day better; you ensure there are more better days. 

Signing off, Todd 

11 thoughts on “Home Again, Home Again, Jiggety-jig

  1. Whoo hoo! Karyn you are kicking butt here! I’m in awe! So good to get you out of the hospital…. there are sick people there you know. I hope that tonight you will get a solid night’s sleep and that it helps you continue to heal quickly! You’ll definitely do better with your puppy and sweet kids and devoted hubby there with you all tucked in at home. Prayers continue!

  2. Terrific news! Karyn, you are indeed amazing! Heal quickly. Todd , you did a fine job manning the blog. You may need to do it for just a few more days.

  3. Well, since this is the second occurrence, tecnically the second verse is “Home again, home again, jiggety-jog”. LOL! Any way you sing it, we’re so happy to have Karyn coming home, after banishing the beast yet again.

    When you get a fix on how things are going at home, please do let us know how we can help.

  4. Todd..thank you so much for your informative updates..
    All my prayers and healing wishes go to you all!!!

  5. My son and your son are reading buddies. He came home and told me about the surgery so I wanted to reach out to you. I actually met you early in the school year because my son was wearing a Camp Kesem shirt and I met your wife about a month or two ago at school pick up. Anyway, we are hoping the best for you and keeping you in our thoughts. Thanks for the update.

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