Under the circumstances Eli BH had a good day. Unfortunately a good day in the hospital isn’t half as good as just being home but we will take the good. The countdown until we can leave for the weekend has started and we are very much looking forward to it. For the most part Eli has lost most of his apetite and although this is very normal and expected he decided he wants a steak for dinner so I ran and got him one but he was only able to hold it down for a few minutes as the nausea got the best of him.

Hopefully Eli will have the strength to go for a walk on Thursday in preparation for him going home and us starting to work on getting him back to full strength. We have been warned that although this round bli ayin hora so far hasn’t been as harsh as the last round but one of the side effects is that he has a good chance of getting a fever and needing to return to the hospital soon after discharge. They have been wrong many times and we daven that this will be one of those times.

Elimelech Ben Basya is really looking forward to Purim and having a good time dancing, eating and giving shaloch manos and we are hoping and davening that he will have the strength to do so and that chas vshalom the side effects do not effect him at all. Please keep davening on his and our behalf that he should be discharged in time and stay out of the hospital until his next scheduled visit.

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  1. ester furst

    I am mispallel every single day for a complete refuah shelamah for Elimelech Ben Basya and have undertaken to say Asher Yetzar wih more kavanah and to stand while saying it(as opposed to walking and saying it- as Rabbi Krohn says ‘its not tefilas haderach’!) May Hashem continue to give you all the strength to see this nisayon through to the other end which will I”H bring a complete refuah to Eli and all the cholim. Your emails give me such chizuk and I marvel how you even have the presence of mind to compose them at the end of your long hard and busy days….. May this Purim bring a yeshuah for all of Klal Yisroel.

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