After 5 days my daughter finally got to go home today. The surgery was a success. Now for the road to recovery. I thank those who sent prayers. And thanks to most of the staff at Hopkins. They were very caring and helpful. On different days, I roamed around to see what I could see. I like the older hospital section best.
The evening sun brightening up the old building.
One of many walkways that connects the various sections together. Nice hike.
I see a cruise ship back there – that will be Kathy and I in a few months.
Levels of the dome.
Looking up at the dome. They pretty much let you walk all over the place in here. I was only stopped once – security thought I had a drone controller in my hand.
I was told that Jesus’ foot is worn down by all the people that touch it for luck – I guess like the bronze turtle at College Park – I think it worked better for my daughter than it did this weekend for the football team!!
Terps at Byrd Stadium
In the children’s hospital
Reminds me of a fort
Nice little pond and garden
No plaque. Maybe the first source of water for the hospital when it was built?
My daughter was very strong through all this, considering what was involved. Thanks God!!