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Day 337 | AUGUST 13, 2022

Good evening, Friends. Today is day 337 of our new and fantastic life! Today was a good day! I came downstairs with the boys around 7:45 am and made eggs, bacon, and toast for breakfast; it had been a while since we had bacon for breakfast. Charlie joined us shortly after, and we had planned to after breakfast visits our local farmers market, but we looked a little longer to eat breakfast, and by the time I cleaned the kitchen, we felt it was a bit late for the market; instead, we decided to take the boys to a splash park, and London had a blast and Julien did ok, he is not much of a water baby:), the best part was to have Charlie there with us, we had an enjoyable time as a family today. After a couple of hours there, we made our way to the downtown mall, and we went up and down the mall. This was the first time for Charlie since the accident; the mall was full of life, and the live music being played on the mall just created the perfect ambiance for an Al fresco lunch; we ate at one of the downtown restaurants. We stayed on the shaded tables for a while, just taking that moment all in; once again, as a family, we were there, creating new and happy memories. We finished our visit to the downtown mall with a stop at a toy store; the boys loved it! We picked up a couple of toys for them. I could say that we had a perfect Saturday! Thank you, God, for this blessed day! Tomorrow is Church day, and we will attend mass; Charlie is looking forward to it. Thank you for your continued support and prayers. May God Bless You! André

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