The day has finally come! Bryan is now stable enough to bring home up north. This time is so bittersweet...we are happy we get to bring Bryan home.
However, we have to leave all the wonderful people we have met on this journey. The employees at Marriott downtown, all our friends at the hospital, the nurses, his doctors and the people of LA who have been AMAZING....we are SO sad to be leaving you all. Please know that our family is forever in debt to your love, support and random acts of kindness that have pulled us through this. When Bryan wakes up, we will tell him about all our newfound friends for life.
To the people who have permanantly implanted yourselves in our lives, you know who you are....we love you. To all Bryan's supporters who have reached out on this website and have followed this story since day one....another HUGE thank you. We read the comments on the site daily, and they have truly been an inspiration. We promise to continue the updates, please continue to keep Bryan in your thoughts and prayers.
Bryan has been responsive to stimulation, and while he doesn't do it on command, his eyes have been opening. He doesn't focus, but Dr. Zada said it was something. We had not been getting eye movement, except within the past few days, with them opening today. Again, not sure if its involuntary, but it's another "we'll take it" moment.
We have attached what is Bryan's theme song for his trip home...not only does the title say so much, but the song is by one of Bryan's favorite 80's metal bands....
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