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... no sunscreen and now they are red raw. It's funny to watch. Fletch and Brodie have found 2 american boys and have been playing with them. Tomorrow we head off to LA and it's going to be another big travelling day. I think we will get to the hotel at around 3am Jamaican time so we are going to be stuffed, then we need to get up early and spend the whole day at Disneyland. After 6 days of lounging around, our batteries are recharged and we'll be ready for ...
... Code: Tonight’s Restaurant attire is (either Cruise Casual or Cruise Elegant). Please Note: Gym or basketball shorts, flip-flops, baseball hats, bathing suit attire, cut-off jeans and men’s sleeveless shirts are not allowed in the Restaurants.” In my experience, this Code is not enforced, particularly the baseball hat prohibition. The Lido deck dining options all have signage that swim wear is welcome at the pool but not inside but that is also not enforced. Shirtless men ...
... Clear blue sea's are a lovely thing but they also expose a number of
stingrays and jellyfish floating around the bar that make me paranoid
when I finally get in for a swim – no one else seems to be too
worried. A cool afternoon spent carving masterpieces, having some
freshly caught snapper fish (freshly caught and gutted into my line
of swimming), and learning just how dominoes should be ...
... though. At the end of the day we had a dance party and he was right there dancing with everyone else. His wife, Girlie, even came over and danced with him. That, and the look on his face made me tear up yet again.
Cannon had a great day today. We worked a lot on gait and balance and he even got back up on the treadmill again. We also got the opportunity to put e-stim on his UE for the first time today. We had a hard time getting much finger ...
In our concluding circle, Brooke asked us all to share what we have improved upon. Many of the patients said walking, balance, or standing. I think I have improved with my patient interaction confidence, creativity with exercise, but most importantly, I've learned from the Jamaicans about Joy. The Jamaican's have it right. They sing and dance in life's peaks and valleys all in the name of the Lord.