Day 199 | MARCH 28, 2022

Good evening, Friends, today is day 199 of our new and amazing life!


Monday is always so busy. Today I arrived to see Charlie around 5pm, and she looked beautiful. She was excited to see me since yesterday I didn’t visit her.


Today Charlie had a visit from a very special friend, someone that we both admire, it is becoming this thing that every visitor now brings us dinner, so we all enjoy a delicious meal and have incredible conversations.


Charlie and her friend really missed each other, and there was so much to catch up, but we also had deep conversations about suffering, and how life is full of it, we just never know what someone can be dealing behind their eyes, Charlie shared her struggles during her ICU time, and it is never easy to remember that period of her journey, it was very dark times, but with God’s grace we have overcome and now look how far Charlie has come! It has not been easy and yet we remain grateful.


It is amazing to see how we humans have the ability to transform pain, suffering into Love and beauty, we all have that capacity.


Charlie had a very good day with her PT and OT, she is improving her range of motion and her skin is healing every day. Today she tried a new machine that uses Virtual Reality to work her range of motion, very cool technology.


Charlie was in a very good mood today, her RA meds are keeping her joint pain under control and that alone is a huge step forward, her drop foot is improving, but her knees remain locked, we will continue to pray and trusting God’s grace.


Thank you for the flowers and Cards, Charlie tray enjoys reading your cards!


Today was a very good day!


Our life is dyed by the collar of our thoughts,


There is always beauty in everything we just need to look for it


May God Bless You!



André




Charlie and Julien .jpeg

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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