Sunday Morning (5/29) Update – HOME

by | May 29, 2022

Tara finally got home last night around 6:00.  She was very happy to be back at home and get a night of sleep in her own bed without bells, alarms, nurses, and all of the other noise of the hospital.

We’ll get settled with a couple of new tasks – changing out Tara’s TPN nutrition and emptying the bag for her stomach drain.  Neither is particularly complicated but the nutrition bag swap does require attention to cleanliness, flushing her IV line, and making sure the pump is primed and running correctly.

Tara’s mom and brother are visiting which is doing Tara good.  They’ll be here through Monday.

Not much more to report but we are grateful that Tara’s home.  We’re also grateful for all of the support.  We don’t need anything specific at this time but will be sure to let everyone know what help we need as we get settled in.


  1. Natasha Birmingham

    Welcome home Sweet Tara! Hopefully you slept well in your own bed and can focus on healing and getting stronger! ❤️

  2. Debbie Presutti

    Welcome home Tara:) stay strong!

  3. Todd Hagerich

    Welcome Home Tara and Eric! I’m SO GLAD you’re home as I know you’ll get so much more rest there. Enjoy the peace and serenity of being in your own house/bed. I know how busy things can get so no need to reply, but if there’s ever absolutely anything I can do to help or support either of you, please just call, text or email. I’m in a much better place in terms of being able to help and I “get” some of what you’re going through. Relax, sleep when you can, pace yourselves and keep up the fight!

  4. Susan Sadowski

    Hey there. Sending you lots of love. I’ll be back in town late Thursday. So happy to hear that your home.


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