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Day 194 | MARCH 23, 2022

Good evening, Friends, today is day 194 of our new and amazing life!

Today was a good day!

Charlie called to see her boys in the morning and London is loving every call with his mommy.

Today I took Julien for his 15-month appointment, and he is so healthy, he is such a sweet baby boy, he is growing and developing normally and I am so proud and also grateful to have my mother’s help in raising him while Charlie is recovering, we are doing a good job according to the doctor 🙂

Charlie had a painful day today, her RA is really affecting her, but regardless of the pain, she managed to continue to work with PT and OT, Charlie is absolutely dedicated to regain her mobility, even though right now, she only has partial use of her left hand, she has an incredible difficulty road ahead of her, please continue to pray for her, God need to continue to give her strength to overcome this painful journey.

Today another dear friend visited with Charlie and she got Charlie and I some delicious dinner from Cava. Charlie really enjoyed her visit with her dear friend.

We had serious business to discuss today, and Charlie took charge of her meds and decided to accelerate her return to some of her RA meds. She needs to be able to do PT and OT, but her RA is getting on its way, so let's see how she does in the next 7 days.

I apologize for the late posts this week, I have been staying late with Charlie, she really enjoys my company.

Charlie is loving this orchid, she asked me to share this picture with you.

Thank you for your prayers and support.


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