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Day 118 | JANUARY 06, 2022

Good Evening Friends, today is day 118 of our new and amazing life!

Today was a good day!

Charlie was able to sleep in a little and her wound care did not start until 10am:)

She still feels a good amount of pain from her donor sites, but Charlie does not complain. She told me today, I can take any pain as long as I know that I am close to going home !

I arrived at the hospital around 2:15p today, so I could depart around 6pm and avoid any snow on the way home, and I am so happy that I did that! I arrived safely.

Our visit today was light and fun, we talked about how much love we have received from all of you ! And how grateful we are for all the blessings we have received.

Today for the first time, Charlie asked me which news channel or publication wrote a story about her accident, I went on from what I remembered but had to Google it. There were so many news stories, she was in complete shock! She had no idea! Well , now she knows .

Charlie is very humbled by all the support, and she is very excited to one day give it back !

With so much good happening, I almost forgot to mention, she is currently right with a small infection in her stomach, mostly caused by the prolonged use of antibiotics, but nothing too serious at this time, she is being medicated and is getting better!

Well, I once again thank you for your prayers and support!

This journey has been beyond incredible and we are so excited for the next phase, Charlie has a huge challenge ahead of her!

Thank you,

May God Bless You!


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