Day 217 | APRIL 15, 2022

Good evening, Friends, today is day 217 of our new and amazing life!

Well, when I woke up today, I knew that it would be hard to beat yesterday's amazing day, but I had high hopes.


This morning the time that Charlie normally calls came and she didn’t call, so I called her and she did answer, but she was so sleepy, she got her night meds late last night and that affected her waking up this morning, but she still had time to see London depart to school and also to see baby Julien.


As I begin my work, I noticed that I started to feel overwhelmed, can’t really point to one source, but I got so overwhelmed that I had to stop working and I went into our deck and decided that some manual labor would help my brain to relax, and I washed our deck and got it ready for Sunday Easter picture setting for the boys, the work did help me to feel less overwhelmed, but today I just couldn’t focus or get much done.


I dragged myself to see Charlie, and I am so glad that I did, she was so happy to see me, and we had a wonderful dinner Al fresco with a dear friend, and even though I am not myself today, Charlie made me feel loved.


Charlie’s friend was so kind that in addition to the delicious dinner, she gave Charlie this awesome Easter Egg dying kit and Charlie loved it! She is so talented. Before the accident Charlie made the most beautiful Wreaths, and all sort of Crafts, and even though right now she only has partial use of her left hand, I was amazed with what she was able to do with the egg decorating, just amazing!


Charlie continues to inspire me with her determination, and today's lesson was, even when you think that can’t be done, go ahead and try, because anything is possible when you put your mind into it.


As I write today's post, I am so grateful for my wife, and I am so thankful to God, he operated this miracle.


Have a good night and 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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