Day 57 | NOVEMBER 06, 2021

Good Evening Friends, today is day 57 of our new and amazing life.


I had a lovely morning with our family today. I took London to get a haircut with me this morning, and we had a great time together. It is always so refreshing to have some level of normalcy during this unbelievable time in our life’s. I am so grateful for my incredible family.


Today Charlie’s air time went a little later than usual but it worked out great!


When I arrived, she was finishing up her air time and she was moved to her recliner, she was very happy to see me and after our usual talk about the boys and picture showing, we decided to watch a movie together, we had such a good time.


After the movie Charlie was very tired, she did not sleep during the day today, so it was a very good day for her and she was happy to be back in bed to get some rest and hopefully a good night of sleep.


We are back on the possible infection scenario, as we wait for her cultures they have re started the antibiotics, this time around I am not going to worry or stress until we have confirmation that she indeed has a infection or no, I have learned that the remaining positive and grateful makes the time goes by fast! but I do ask for your prayers for Charlie to remain free of infection.


As I was ready to leave, as you know I always stand by her bed, and I hold her hand and kiss her forehead, today was a little different, Charlie ask me to kiss her lips, it was beyond special and I could not hold my tears, I could feel her love as our lips touched, again no words to express my feelings at that moment, it was the first kiss since the accident:) I am so grateful for those little moments with my beautiful wife.


Well, today was a good day!


Thank you for your prayers, support and generosity.


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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