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Day 225 | APRIL 23, 2022

Good evening, Friends, today is day 225 of our new and amazing life!

Today was a productive day.

I once again stayed back, and accomplished the task of getting everything ready for the contractors to start on Monday, furniture was moved and the garage was rearranged to make room for the renovations.

Charlie and I talked twice today, once in the morning and just a minute ago, she had a very good day as well.

Today she had time off from PT and a little work with OT, she had time to rest and also to send me the recipe of her sunshine muffins 🙂 see recipe card below.

Charlie received the visit of dear friends and she enjoyed her visitors' company.

The culture on Charlie’s wounds finally returned and did confirm the topical staphylococcus, the good news she is already being treated with the correct antibiotics, hopefully the infection clears in the next couple days, we appreciate your prayers.

I also want to thank you for the generosity of many of you. We are so grateful for your donations; it will help tremendously with the house modifications and future medical expenses that we already know will be happening. May God bless you for your generosity.

I was able to spend quality time with the boys this afternoon and it was amazing seeing how they are starting to play with each other. I am so grateful to God to have Charlie alive to raise our boys together, it would not be possible without her!

I hope you enjoy the recipe, and if you make the muffins in the next few days, please post a picture of it in the comments.

Have a good night and May God bless You!


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