We left a very cold, windy, rainy storm in Utah and landed here in Sunny California. I'm not complaining, that's for sure! But I will say it is nice to have a scheduled return flight on Thursday to reunite with our family. The last time Mason and I flew here to Northern California was in February. Then, we came on a one way ticket not knowing when we would return home! I just knew we were on a mission to get Mason a new heart. A lot has happened in the last 8 1/2 months. Every bit of which, the tough and the wonderful, I wouldn't trade for anything. And here we are 6 1/2 months post transplant for a check up! Mason is a miracle!
Mason loved his flight on the plane, although he
would not leave his 'germ protection' mask on.
He slept for almost an hour, right next to me
in his own seat. What a good boy!!!
Today we walked through Stanford's campus to get to our appointment at the hospital. We enjoyed the weather and the scenery. Mason was greeted by many familiar faces in the Short Stay Unit where we have been since 8am this morning for an IVIg treatment. Tomorrow we will go to transplant clinic for an ECHO and to meet with the transplant team.
Thank you for your prayers for a safe and 'good news' trip.