Tuesday, December 13, 2005

 

December 13th

Jeremy had another good day at rehab and was fairly successful with transfers. He did say that it was harder today-but probably because he was tired. He also had more pain than yesterday. My guess is that this is pretty normal for the second day. I know when I've been not exercising (like usual) and then I suddenly start again I hurt for days and will complain to anyone who listens. I can't even begin to imagine how Jeremy must feel physically-not to mention emotionally. It's very draining I'm sure. The feeding tube has been removed which should allow him a little more mobility even in his bed-he can now lay on his side or even his stomach if he'd like. Hopefully this will help him to ease some of his pain as well. Overall he seems to be doing quite well-especially when you consider that he's really only been awake since Thanksgiving weekend. I've talked with him about your comments on the blog-they mean a lot to him. He's not quite ready to look at them-but says that he will in time. Keep them coming-they are quite inspiring.

Comments:
Jeremy,
Isn't it beautiful how the fabric of your world is tightening around you to form this amazing safety net?
You are proving yourself worthy every hour of every day.
Since I love quotes I will leave you with another one...
Helen Keller said:
"I long to accomplish a great and noble tasks, but it is my chief duty to accomplish humble tasks as though they were great and noble. The world is moved along, not only by the mighty shoves of its heroes, but also by the aggregate of the tiny pushes of each honest worker."...
Then just to offset the mood, we have one from Lewis Black:
"It's 2003! Why can't I teleport?!"
*chuckle*
Thoughts and Prayers,
Violet
 
Jeremy,
Congratulations on your wonderful progress! It lifts my heart to hear that you are in rehab now and it sounds like you are working determinedly to build your strength everyday. Keep up the good work, and when you feel tired, know that you can rely on the strength of everyone around you, who are offering you their good thoughts and prayers.

All my best,
Erin (Nobles) Longwell
 
Very nice,

Love Quotes
 
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