Thanks for the thoughts and prayers. I've been up and around all day. Actually changed into my pj's and got out of the hospital gown.. Off of the IV and back on my own pump, and only on pain pills. Staying till Monday afternoon and then going home! Sadly though it Means spending my d-day in the hospital. It's been rough but finally getting better. Had friends here all day. Ready to get back to cheering!

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I'm glad you are feeling better. Thanks to your mom for keeping us up to date.

So glad you're on the mend, hope everything is back to normal as soon as possible. I also want to second Brian's thanks to your Mom.

Way to go Kelsey! PJs are a big improvement!! I hope they find something tasty for you to eat on Thanksgiving! Is Sonic open? Turkey tater tots or something?

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