Jack Jablonski—along with his family, friends and everyone who has followed his story—is hoping his second discharge is his last for a while.
Jablonski, the sophomore who sustained a serious spinal cord injury during a hockey game last December, was released from the hospital on Tuesday.
He was there because he started feeling ill shortly after his on April 18, which followed 111 days in the hospital.
Jablonski's mother, Leslie, posted the following to Jack's CaringBridge page on Tuesday night:
Home at last.
Our boy is back.
Jack is feeling good and doing much better. Happy to be home (even if it's our temporary one) and ready to move forward.
Thanks for your continued support and good wishes.
And many thanks to whoever left the beautiful May Day flowers! You put a smile on our faces when we arrived home from the hospital early tonight.