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Day 69 | NOVEMBER 18, 2021

Good Evening Friends, Today is day 69 of new and amazing life!

Today was a beautiful and warm fall day !

Charlie finished her air drying just as I arrived at the hospital around 3pm.

She was alert and in good spirits, we talked about the boys , and Charlie asked me about their birthday party , she wanted to know if I had a place reserved, what would be the theme and if I had ordered Julien cake for him to smash , well sadly I had to tell her that none of that was done , I guess I now have some work to do it.

Charlie was very awake when I arrived so we went in to watch Yellowstone and we had such a good time watching two episodes, before we both fell asleep:) there is nothing better than to fall asleep watching TV.

Tomorrow Charlie will have a routine surgery, to replace her allografts and to have the first visual inspection of her last CEA skin. Last time she had a 90% take, I will be curious to know what percentage of this application will be , please pray for a successful surgery.

Charlie has been off the ventilator since yesterday, but tonight she will be placed back on as a precaution to give the lungs some rest before tomorrow’s surgery and hopefully to avoid any issues like what happened on the last surgery.

Charlie is stable and healing very well. I am so grateful for her recovery and I am counting the days until her next CEA surgery on December 3.

I remain grateful for the love and support we have received and continue to receive from our community and all of you!

Thank you and May God Bless You!


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