Jazz Checks out of the Hospital Post Surgery | I Am Jazz


–HOW YOU FEELING TODAY, JAZZ.
-I’M GOOD. TIME TO GET UP. Jazz: IT IS SO THRILLING TO BE
LEAVING THE HOSPITAL TODAY. I HAVE BEEN IN HERE
FOR A COUPLE OF DAYS, AND IT FEELS LIKE
I AM STUCK IN ONE PLACE, WHERE I CAN’T EVEN
CONTROL ANYTHING AND LEAVING THE HOSPITAL IS REALLY THE NEXT STEP
ON THE RECOVERY JOURNEY. -BYE, FELICIA.
-BYE. LET’S GET
OUT OF HERE. -BYE! THANK YOU ALL.
-BYE, EVERYONE. THANK YOU. Greg: I HAVE MIXED EMOTIONS
ABOUT JAZZ LEAVING THE HOSPITAL. I’M HAPPY THAT THINGS
ARE ON TRACK, BUT I’M CONCERNED THAT
IF THERE’S ANY EMERGENCY, THE DOCTORS ARE
NOT READILY AVAILABLE. SMILE BEFORE YOU GO.
SMILE. I DO HAVE SOME CONCERNS
THAT IF ANYTHING GOES WRONG, I WON’T BE THERE
FOR JAZZ AND JEANETTE. BUT I DON’T REALLY GET THE SENSE THAT THERE’S ANY MAJOR PROBLEMS
THAT LIE AHEAD. SO I THINK, AT LEAST FROM
WHERE I SIT RIGHT NOW, JEANETTE AND THE FAMILY
WILL BE ABLE TO HANDLE THINGS WITHOUT ME THERE. WE’RE ALMOST THERE. I’M RE-ENTERING
THE WORLD. AND THEN YOU’RE GONNA
FEEL ONE MORE BUMP. -[ GROANS ]
-DO YOU NEED A LIFT? SOMEONE NEEDS TO LIFT
ON THE OTHER SIDE, AS WELL. I DIDN’T THINK THAT BUMP
WOULD BE THAT BAD. -IT TAKES A VILLAGE.
-ARE YOU OKAY? -I’M GOOD.
-OKAY. GOOD. I HOPE THAT SEAT IS
ALL THE WAY PUSHED BACK ALREADY. I’M GONNA TAKE THIS OFF,
OKAY, NOW. OKAY. I JUST WANT TO GET UP. -[ GASPS ]
-OOH, I’M SORRY. SHOULD HAVE
WARNED YOU ABOUT THAT. Jazz: GETTING OUT
OF THE WHEELCHAIR — THE LEG-THING SNAPS DOWN,
AND I FEEL A POP. AND WITH IT,
I FELT THIS CRAZY PAIN. I FELT LIKE AN INCISION
JUST POPPED. I JUST DON’T KNOW
WHAT’S GOING ON. ♪♪ [ SOBS ]

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