Sorry about the delay on the race report, but Ive basically been in a vacuum for the past 5 days and am now just getting caught up on what on what the heck transpired while I was in lock up. Give me a few days to catch my breath and get that report up.

I was released from the Boston Mass General Hospital on Saturday morning and arrived back in California on Saturday afternoon. My experience with this Hospital was not a good one and you can bet that I will be writing all about it when I’m feeling better. For the time being, I’m still very short of breath and totally roided out ( lung lingo meaning …strung out on prednisone) . My only priority now, is to avoid a re-lapse and a re-admission. If I can get through the next couple of days …..I’ll be good to go!

I want to thank everyone for your support and words of encouragement. I can’t tell you how much it means to me. The response to the Boston adventure has been overwhelming, but I promise I will answer all your emails.

Oh..Almost forgot to mention…..Just hours before the Boston Globe reported that I hadn’t received my medal, I actually had. The BAA had couriered it over to the Hospital Tuesday evening before the Boston Globe article was published. Thank You BAA !!

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9 thoughts on “Back home at last

  1. Kerri says:

    Welcome home!
    Get well soon, I can’t wait to see the race report!

  2. fran says:

    Hey steve,

    Don’t worry about my race. I was actually hoping for a personal worse, so any time spent not running was time well spent. I should have spent more time talking to you! Well I’m glad you got your medal and that you’re back safe and sound in Boston. Congrats on a well executed race!

  3. Mel says:

    glad you’re home and congrats again on your achievement and medal! You rock! 😀

  4. Phil says:

    Just back from my own trip to Hawaii and then did the Big Sur Marathon today. Congratulations on Boston – you are inspirational.

  5. Cris says:

    So glad to hear you’re home. Take your time posting the race report.

  6. Sus says:

    Sounds like that’s a hospital to avoid. Don’t know what sort of treatment they gave you but if you ever do the Boston marathon again please please please don’t revisit it!!

    Loving your pictures and reports.

    Sus x x

  7. Amy says:

    Congratulations, again, and welcome home, Steve. Can’t wait to hear more.

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