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... so uplifted! I am attaching some pics & short movies to give you an idea of what Bill is going through. I got permission to film as long as I did not show faces of the therapists or other patients. The "Parole Board" meeting is held each Thursday and they told us today that they expect Bill to remain in the Rehab Ward for at least two to three more weeks. We are thrilled that today I got permission to bring Roman in to ...
... still in shock at the same time. Thank you, Rob, for caring for Roman when I cannot make it back home to Beeches. It is a huge relief to both Bill & me. And thanks to y'all for your continued love & support.
Now, Nurse Bunny Ratched has to get back to cracking the physical therapy whip. Bambi, you've been a bad boy...
"When you are going through hell, KEEP GOING!" - mantra provided by loving neighbor Chuch who is ...
... and pain. Unfortunately, he is not able to move his left toes nor his left leg. Late this afternoon, he finally moved his left arm and hand to touch his face. He is weak on his left side and may need to be placed in rehabilitation. Too early to tell. He is exhausted and wants to sleep. Radiation treatment for his smaller brain tumor is expected to start within a couple of weeks. Besides his sister, two brothers & myself, Bill ...
"The most beautiful people we have known
are those who have known defeat,
known suffering, known struggle, known loss
and have found their way out of the depths.
These persons have an appreciation,
a sensitivity, and an understanding
of life that fills them with compassion,
gentleness, and a deep loving concern.
Beautiful people do not just happen."
- Elizabeth Kubler-Ross
... America's choice of "The Most Beautiful Place in America" and voted one of America's Top 10 Family Destinations by Family Fun Magazine-2012. Austin & Cory had a blast running up and down the various sand dunes we stopped at while touring the Park. We stopped for dinner out and then headed home. Plans were made to conquer the 450' sand dune run tomorrow. It stays light so late, it’s hard to get to bed much before 11 PM!