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Day 187 | MARCH 16, 2022

Good evening, Friends, today is day 187 of our new and amazing life!

Today was a very good day.

I made my way to see Charlie and arrived there right at 4pm, she had just finished her wound care and she was in a great mood!

Today was the day she had the appointment with her Burn surgeon, and this time went well.

He reviewed Charlie’s grafts and the open spots are healing and she made great progress in the last 5 days!

Now we just need the appointment with the orthopedic surgeon, this will be the doctor that will give us the most information on what will be possible.

Charlie also had an appointment with a company that will make her adjustable splint, these are very highly tech and effective splints, they will be very helpful in correcting her hands, arms, ankles and feet, I am so grateful for the incredible care she is receiving from her PT and OT team!

The most exciting part of Charlie day was at the Core Gym, today she was able to stand up with the help of her PT therapists, normally they use a machine to help to stand, today, she had to hold her own weight and stand up using her own strength, supported by her therapist she did it!! She was able to take 11 steps, the goal was 9 🙂

She was so proud of these accomplishments, it is absolutely the right direction to re-learn to walk again, it will take time and effort, but we are starting to see the possibilities!

It was an exciting day! And we are so grateful for her medical team!

I am also grateful for your prayers and support.

May God Bless you!


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