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Day 309 | JULY 16, 2022

Good evening, Friends, today is day 309 of our new and amazing life!

Today I was able to stay in bed just a little longer, by 8am I was up.

The boys were downstairs with VoVo, and we had breakfast and called Charlie together.

I had to prep London before I showed Charlie on the screen, I told him that mommy had surgery and her head had bandage on, when he saw her, he just smiled and talked with her like he always does, being funny 🙂

Baby Julien also smiled at mommy, I guess the boys liked Charlie’s head bandages.

Our neighbors were kind enough to take London for a play date, and I took advantage of that and took VoVo and Julien for a quick trip to Costco.

We are back by lunch time, I normally don’t visit Charlie on the weekends, but today I could see that she really wanted me to come, she didn’t say it, but I could sense, my mom also told me that I should go and see her, especially since she can’t feed herself, she prefers that I feed her, vs anyone also.

So, there I went, I was so happy to see Charlie today. She was in much better spirits, she is still in pain, but she is getting a little better. We talked and her doctor came, he gave us the rundown of the surgery and he was very pleased with the outcome.

We ordered some Italian food, and Charlie ate very well. It was great to see her eating well after surgery.

Charlie is so grateful for your prayers.

Thank you for your cards and messages of support, we read a few cards that arrived this week.

Have a good night and May God Bless You!


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