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We had tears in our eyes when we saw the State Police and Chicopee Police waiting for us on the turnpike, to give us an escort to our house. As we entered Chicopee, lights and sires with a road block to give Lauren the grand entrance. Thank you so much Trooper Jon Blanchard, of the Massachusetts State Police for organizing the most beautiful welcome home. As we pulled into the neighborhood we were treated with our neighbors holding signs and cheering for Lauren's return home.
Thank you to everyone that came out to say hello and to the city of Chicopee, it's great to be home.
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June 18, 2018
Yes today we are going Home!!!
I feel like I am dreaming. We waited so long for this day to come. It's going to be a busy day getting everything organized and finishing up all my teaching to care for Lauren.
We have lived here so long we are sad to be leaving, only for the reason we made so many amazing friends here. The nursing staff has become family. Lauren's transplant team of doctors are the top doctors in the world. Words could never express our thanks and gratitude to Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston Ma.
Thank you again for giving my daughter another chance at life.
See you this afternoon Chicopee, Ma
Love Lynne & Lauren
Strength in a Heartbeat, Diary of a Heart Transplant
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