Its so good to be back home with Rayyan has been discharged today. He has a fighter spirit in him so I think he will do well for his next complete corrective heart surgery. He did not like to put in sleep before the heart catheterization procedure. He put up a fight and turn very blue and his oxygen saturation drop below 60% that they were a bit worried of his condition but he seems to get better after they finished their procedure. Now its up to the Cardiologist in Adelaide and Surgeons in Melbourne’s Royal Children Hospital to discuss and fix the date for that much needed surgery. The gazanias welcome us back home yesterday with full bloom, finally got to see them bloom this spring with fine sunny weather. Gazania really love the sun.
Our veggie patch near near the kitchen window which is on the left side to the front entrance door. No space to grow anything yet. But I have to harvest the celery soon it is starting to bolt and taste is getting bitterish.
Its so good to be back home. Rayyan happy to be back home too as we enter the home together through the front entrance door his face look much more relaxed. I can’t moved a metre away from his bed in the hospital, he was afraid to be left alone.