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Day 165 | FEBRUARY 22, 2022

Good Evening Friends, today is day 165 of our new and amazing new life !

Today I had a very busy morning, filled with meetings, video shoots, and business dealings.

I left for the hospital and made a stop at Chipotle on Short Pump and picked up dinner for Usbto eat together tonight. Charlie really likes chipotle and has not eaten it since the accident .

Today was a painful day for Charlie, they removed her IV pain medication, and now she only has oral pain meds, the morning was hard, but as they day went by the pills started to work better towards her pain and by 5pm she felt much better, it will be a adjustment and I am praying that she can have her pain under control sooner than later, For Charlie to be complaining of pain, it must be unbearable for most people.

Once I arrived Charlie was in a lot of pain, so I rubbed her head until she fell asleep. She slept for almost 2 hours, but she kept waking up jolting, which also caused her pain, but after 2 hours she woke up and was feeling a little better.

We listened to an episode of the Brene Brown podcast, and watched TV, just something light and funny.

We ate dinner together at 8pm and once we finished, I got ready to leave, but Charlie asked me to come close for a kiss 🙂, after a passionate kiss she asked me, would you please get me a sugar cookie from Panera bread ? 🙂 , of course I said yes and went downstairs to Panera Bread, and returned to give Charlie her sugar cookies , she was so happy.

Today was a good day!

Thank you for your continued support and prayers.

May God Bless You !


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