USNR ALUNNI

Updates on Jim's deployment status. We hope you will share your thoughts and comments.

Saturday, August 06, 2005

ON U.S. SOIL

He's HOME . . . back on U.S. soil.

Jim arrived in Bethesda last night at about 9:00pm. They told us he's doing really well. His spirits were good and it's no surprise . . . who wouldn't be knowing you're back home. He is in the Intensive Care Unit but they think they may be able to move him to a regular floor in a couple of days. The epidural is still in to manage pain.

Madelon, Jerry, Julie and Patrick left this morning at 11:15am. They will arrive in Maryland around 3:00pm. I asked Madelon if they would go straight to the hospital from the airport but she said they would drop off their luggage first and then head over. I will try to post another entry when she calls me later today. I can only imagine their anticipation.

I'm making this short but will try to let you know any other news later.

Don't stop praying . . . Jim has a long road ahead of him.

cynthia

3 Comments:

At Saturday, August 06, 2005 3:38:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jim, speedy recovery, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We'll see you soon bro.

Ray and Janelle

 
At Sunday, August 07, 2005 8:35:00 AM, Anonymous debbie carter said...

I'm so glad Jim made it home. Cynthia thank you for all your updates. Jimmy we can't wait to see you :) love,Debbie Carter

 
At Sunday, August 07, 2005 9:36:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

- still thinking about you and your family, Jim. After everything that you've done and been through for the rest of us, now take care of yourself. Heal well.
Lynne

 

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