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... by myself at Beeches, toasting to his successes with a bottle(s) of bubbly. We are extremely overjoyed beyond words!
Today, Thursday, August 14th, his hospital roommate Rick was released. The patients call it "breaking out" as if the hospital was a jail. So, now Bill has the room to himself. I go to the hospital everyday for many of his PT/ST/OT sessions and enjoy lunch & dinner with him. The hospital food ...
... most of each day in a recliner. He still cannot move his left leg and toes, albeit he has retained feelings in both. His left arm is pretty useless although he can move his left hand fingers and touch his face. They fitted him with a custom brace for his left leg & foot in order for him to be able to stand up in the future. He starts three-hours-per-day of rigorous physical therapy on Monday, August 11. I will be accompanying him as his ...
... no visitors at this time and hopes everyone understands. More updates to come. Thank you all for the well wishes!
"It is not the end of the physical body that should worry us. Rather, our concern must be to live while we're alive - to release our inner selves from the spiritual death that comes with living behind a facade designed to conform to external definitions of who and what we are."
- Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
... by Michigan law. He was only in the hospital for one night, two days. We were able to attend Bill's niece's wedding downstate last Saturday, which Bill really enjoyed. A team of doctors met to give us options going forward. Initially, they thought both tumors could be treated with radiation. However, early this morning, our Radiation Oncologist (who was on vacation last week) called to say they now recommend surgery ...
6-22-14 – Sunday
After doing early morning laundry while the grandsons slept, we packed up camp and headed north along the Lake Michigan eastern coast. We heard about a house made out of 60,000 bottles on the road ahead and decided we needed to detour shortly and visit this oddity at Kaleva, MI, a quaint little town with lots of history.
Our destination for the day was Empire, MI, a short 87 mile trip and The Indigo Bluffs ...