Day 170 | FEBRUARY 27, 2022

Good Evening Friends, today is day 170 of our new and amazing new life!


Today was a good day!


As usual Sunday I spend the morning with the boys 🙂


After a great morning I made my way to see Charlie just after lunch .


On my way there , I texted few important friends to inform them about Charlie’s discharge into rehabilitation on Tuesday, and one of those individuals was Father Nick, he is the priest that visited Charlie on her days on her arrival at the ICU, and a second time around month 2, and both times, I called him when there was a real risk to Charlie’s life, she received two ointment of the sick ( formerly known as the last rights) for us Catholics, and she also received the very exclusive Apostolic Pardon , this is only reserved for the person that is at imminent risk of death.


Yes we got this close to it! But God truly operated a miracle and saved Charlie’s life!


His visit was very meaningful to both of them and especially for him !


He gave Charlie the Holy communion and she was so happy to receive this sacrament, it will give her the spiritual strength that she will need at the rehabilitation phase. He told Charlie that it is clear that God is working through her pain and suffering and he is using her story to give hope and faith to a lot of people. It was a beautiful visit and I am so grateful for Father Nick.


After the priest left, Charlie and I visited and we talked about her goals for her rehabilitation. Charlie is nervous and excited about this next chapter.


I would like to thank you for your prayers and support, you are a huge part of Charlie’s miracle, the power of prayer is unbelievable and I am so grateful for you and your generosity towards our family.


Tomorrow will be a busy day organizing Charlie's discharge and transfer to rehabilitation.


Thank you and May God Bless You!


André

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Cheering on Charlie. 

On Friday, September 10th, Charlie Anne Xavier was in a horrific and life-changing accident. Though she’s surprising her doctors and nurses daily with her incredible strength and resilience, this road to recovery will be an incredibly long one. 

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