Day 278 | JUNE 15, 2022

Good evening, Friends, today is day 278 of our new and amazing life.


Today I was up early and well rested.


I made my way to Patch and had a meeting with my business partner and some of our team members, I am making a conscious effort to be more present at Patch and help the team.


After my meeting I came home and had lunch with Charlie. She had a busy day today, she started her wound care at 10am and Hand therapy at 2:30pm, wound care makes her very tired.


After work, I spend some time with my mom and the boys. Julien is just adorable and London is so sweet, I am beyond blessed to have the family that I have.


Today, I was thinking about a very specific moment, the moment I arrived at the hospital and when I entered the private room with the doctor and his team, right when I asked him, Dr. Is my wife alive?


I think maybe 3 seconds went by before he answered, but in that very moment, time stood still, and I remember how empty and desperate I felt, because at that moment, I believed that Charlie was gone, I really thought that I had lost her!


When he answered back and said she was alive I felt this incredible sense of relief, I was wrong! She was alive!!


This was the moment the book title, I Almost Lost Her, came to be.


Tonight, when I placed the boys in bed, I gave an extra hug and just held them a little tighter. It is incredible how much appreciation comes out of the idea of loss.


Charlie and I had dinner together and the boys loved book reading with mommy.


Life is not easy, but life is so worth it. Every tear, every pain melts away when I look at Charlie and the boys together, smiling and laughing together, that is what life is all about!


Tonight, hug, kiss and love your loved ones.


Thank you for your continued support, please continue to purchase your book and share Charlie’s story.


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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