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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... surprisingly very good, albeit Bill is getting bored with the same menu each day. I usually go down to the cafeteria, where there's a better selection of food, and bring it up to either his room or to the dining room across the hall from his room. Bill now spends most of his time in a wheelchair and can propel himself with his right leg & arm. He really loves his new mobility away from the confines of the hospital bed. Both of ...
... 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 ...
... unfortunately gone (metastasized) into his brain. They found one large operable brain tumor in his right hemisphere and one small inoperable brain tumor deep inside near his pituitary gland. They are stopping his chemo treatments and putting all efforts into the brain tumors. Bill has been stabilized with drugs and able to walk again (his left side was affected). However, he is not allowed to drive for at least ...
... Bear Sand Dunes NP where we hiked to the #9 Stop, Lake Michigan Overlook. The boys and Dex did the 450’ drop down the sand dune to the lake. Maggie & I met some fellow geocachers in the parking lot before we headed to North Bar Lake where we met Dex and boys after they hiked along the lake after their "big slide". We ate at the RV and then watched “Rain Man” movie together. A full house with size 12 hurdles once again ...