Day 319 | JULY 26, 2022

Good evening, Friends; today is day 319 of our new and fantastic life!


We are now back into the normal flow of things, up early, get the boys breakfast, and by 9 am, our nanny was here.


So grateful to have her back; I had a hectic day ahead of me.


Two meetings, client quotes, and much work was done to prepare for Charlie's upcoming discharge.


I am so excited to bring Charlie home again this time; I have much less to worry about since the house modification has been completed; I am so grateful for the contractors that worked so hard to make it happen on time, on her first time coming home.


Today Charlie made a huge accomplishment; she was able to get up from her bed using a regular walker, and with very little assistance, she walked into her bathroom and was able to sit in her shower chair; this was the first that she managed to do that, and is a massive step towards more independence, I am just amazed by her ability to overcome pain and push herself!


We had an enjoyable visit; we listened to our first radio interview, and it is still surreal to hear ourselves telling our story; we are so humbled by God's miracle and your prayers and support! Just amazing how far we have come.


If you are local in Charlottesville, you can pick up a copy of the C-Ville Weekly, they have done a great interview, and they did a photo shoot with Charlie at the dairy market; I highly suggest you pick up your free copy, thank you Courteney Blum Stuart for your kindness in telling Charlie’s story!


Since I haven't visited Charlie in person in a few days, we had a nice stack of cards; thank you so much for continuing to send her encouraging words; she enjoys it!


Please continue to pray! And thank you for your support!


You can also listen to the radio interview on this link!


https://wina.com/.../charlie-anne-and-andre-xaviers.../


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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