Dr. Ravi and his team just made rounds, and we are going home. We are waiting on the nurse practitioner to process our discharge, and then we will be on our way. While I am excited to get our family back home, there is also a part of me that will miss the faces around here. I have to stop here and say again what we have tried to say several times during the past four and a half weeks. I thank God for all that we have been through with our little boy. I thank God that our ways are not His ways. I thank God that our timing is not His timing. I thank God that what we think will hurt us, He uses to grow us. I’m thankful for the new friends we have met and will meet through this experience. I thank God for the friends we already had and the tremendous love and support they have shown. I thank God for Jesus Christ. It is only through Him that we could ever have the notion that God is not mad at us. It is only through Him that we could ever hope that after David’s heart and colon are fully repaired, that any of us will live a life with real purpose, meaning, and fulfillment.