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Day 86 | DECEMBER 05, 2021

Good Evening Friends, today is day 86 of our new and amazing life !

Sundays as you know are the day I miss Charlie the most, especially at Church. Today I went to mass alone, and it was a great experience. Our church has a beautiful choir and their Gregorian chants really speak to my soul.

Today’s sermon was beautiful, here is what the main message was: what idea , person , or thing has the biggest claim in our heart ? Is that claim legitimate, or is that claim mundane or does God have the biggest claim in our heart ? The reason why we must have God in our heart is the one requirement to receive God’s grace.

After Church I made my way to see Charlie, when I arrived there, Charlie was awake and in a good mood, we talked about her day and she told me that her pain is getting under control, it is clear the correlation between Charlie pain and her mood, her nurse today was telling me how patient Charlie is, she said she was beyond inspired with her patience.

Charlie really wanted to watch Dexter and Yellowstone, so we watched a total of 3 episodes. We had a really good time watching TV.

We talked about her mindset, we talked about how important it will be for her next phase of recovery, physiotherapy. Charlie will need to have her mind so strong, to endure the excruciating pain , and overcome the frustration, I have no doubt that Charlie grit will be a huge tool to help her overcome this near impossible challenge ahead of her !

I am sorry for the late post, today I stayed past my normal time of return with Charlie , it was a really good visit.

May God Bless You !


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