Today is what Michael coined the eye of the storm. Jordan is resting up for a big day tomorrow - the repair. He is stable and the lungs are open. It was a very peaceful day.
Tonight, they will slowly ease Jordan to sleep and begin transforming his space into an operating room. It will all be setup the way that Dr. Adzick, the Chief Surgeon, requests - the OR team will come straight to Jordan's bedside. Dr. Adzik stopped by today and visited for a little while. He smiled and told Michael that the clouds are starting to part. He performed his first surgery in 1987. Jordan's current status looks favorable for surgery. His fluids are down and the x-ray of his chest even showed a portion of the left lung today.
We will get to see Jordan for a little while early tomorrow morning. The surgery itself only takes about 1-2 hours, but they schedule 3-4 hours at least for the whole operation. It's a big day for Jordan tomorrow!