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Day 192 | MARCH 21, 2022

Good evening, Friends, today is day 192 of our new and amazing new life.

Monday is still one of my busiest days at work, so after lunch I made my way to see Charlie.

When I arrived there, she had just finished her shower and wound care, Charlie looked extra beautiful today 🙂

We had a quick chat about her day, she was still working on her dropped feet and waiting on her high-tech splints to arrive.

I showed Charlie the second and third chapter of the book, she gave me some feedback and now I will be making the changes suggested by her, it is just amazing to see the book come together, now that we are close to 20k words, I can see the book taking shape and it is humbling and inspiring to see how it is coming together.

We talked about our adorable boys and how cute they are together. It is just amazing to see them growing right in front of our eyes, and we are so grateful to have Charlie here with us! God is so good for giving us this second chance.

I am still working on accepting this second phase of her recovery, it is not easy and to be honest, it gets harder and harder each day that goes by, but I remain grateful and humble since I know Charlie’s survival is a miracle.

We read your amazing cards every day, it is the highlight of our visit, today we had few cards, and one really put a smile on Charlie’s face, she received this adorable letter from a gramma and her sweet grandchild, He draw an adorable rainbow to Charlie, she asked me to take a picture with it, Jude thank you for the beautiful rainbow! Charlie loved it!

Thank you for your continued prayers and support!

May God Bless you!


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