Mrs. T was discharged from New York-Presbyterian Hospital this afternoon and is now resting comfortably at our New York apartment. I’ve promised not to wake her up in the middle of the night to give her shots or take her temperature.
No visitors yet, please—I’ll let you know when she’s up to seeing people again. For the moment, what she needs are megadoses of uninterrupted sleep and tender loving care, plus a reasonable amount of edible food. Tincture of time should take care of the rest.
Bottomless gratitude to the good, kind people at New York-Presbyterian and Cape Regional Medical Center. Without them, Mrs. T wouldn’t have made it. And thanks again for all your heart-lifting messages of love and support. They mattered, and still do.