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Day 117 | JANUARY 05, 2022

Good Evening Friends, today is day 117 of our new and amazing life.

Today was a good day.

I made my way to the hospital and arrived there around 2:30pm. Charlie was starting her OT session and I was shown how to do some exercises to help Charlie with the range of motion on her arms and hands, it is very exciting to learn how I can help Charlie recover her mobility:)

Charlie was happy today, she is really looking forward for her discharge date, she is clinically stable and her pain is a little higher today, but she is comfortable.

We watched a show today, Dexter and we also talked for a long time with the OT therapist about compression garments and how they work. There is a lot that we need to learn about life outside of the hospital, it is humbling and exciting.

I am starting to visualize our next phase at the rehabilitation center. It is getting close, of course we have weeks ahead of us, but we are starting to get an idea of when this May will happen. I promise that once I know the date , I will make you aware, just stay tuned .

Today we welcome our Au Pair. She will be a huge help for Vovó and myself with our Boys, we pray that she can feel welcome and become part of our family.

I continue to ask for your prayers and thank you for your generosity .

Today, once again I received proof that a grateful heart is a magnet for miracles! Something very incredible happened to me today in my business that would not be possible without a grateful heart!

Stay Grateful my friends;)

May God Bless You .


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