"I know these hospital halls way too well. Hoping from one room to another," she tweeted during her visit. Lamar had been in ICU when he first arrived at Cedars-Sinai after being transferred from a hospital in Las Vegas. He's since been moved to a private room, although despite the rumors, everything isn't going as great as we'd hoped.
"He's here and he's alive, but to say it's not a long road and to say he's fully better is not the truth either," she told Ryan Seacrest on his radio show earlier this month. "He has a lot of work to do and a lot of communication therapy and having to learn to walk again and to talk again and you never know if he'll ever be the same again." She also encouraged people to keep praying, saying "the road is nowhere near over."
We can't even imagine the range of emotions that Khloe experiences when she's walking through those halls. Feeling one of the greatest joys in life and the greatest sadness all for her loved ones, all at the same time.
Stay strong, Khlo!