Tuesday, June 20, 2006

 

Once Again...

The stitches are out! The first attempt at really walking will be on Friday. (I'll let you know how it goes.) Oh, and by the way, I drove a car today.

Comments:
Wow! You drove a car!!! That is wonderful news Jeremy! Keep up the good work and the positive attitude. We are so happy for you and sorry that you have had recent setbacks but it sounds like you are well on your way to the good life! Love, The Armacosts
 
Go Jeremy!!!
 
YOU'RE THE MAN, JEREMY!! KEEP UP THE PROGRESS. SOON YOU WILL WALK TO THE CAR, DRIVE TO THE PARTY, AND DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY. YOU ARE SOMETHING!

LISA LUSK
 
Geez...and the sister's the last to know... :-0

Good for you!!!!!!!!!!! I've got dibs on the first passenger ride-ok except for mom and dad and probably Madeline, the list goes on and on....
 
Oh wow! Thats great that you got to drive! And that you get to start walking again Friday. It's all happening now.

So you'll definately be up for a drive down to Brown County at the end of July? Because there's something on its way to you in the mail :)

Keep up the amazing work! And congrats on your drive.

Love Annie x
 
Jeremy--You're the man!

Big hugs,
Katie
 
Ok, if the doctor's said it was ok for you to drive, I guess you can drive my new car. That is amazing and awesome at the same time. You never seize to amaze me on your progress. Who cares about the setbacks now we are in the right direction finally!! YEA, just in time for the first day of summer at that, you go boy!!
KEEP UP THE HARD WORK JEREMY. You are my role model :-)
XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO
Marsha
PS: See, I did call yesterday.
 
Fantastic! I remember what a great marker of progress that was for Debbie--it made her truly feel that she would be independent again. I wonder if you will be behind the wheel at the reunion???
Florence
PS I have figured this comment thing out--I think.
 
Whoa, whoa, whoa ... back up a minute! You DROVE A CAR?! You've got to fill us in on those details, you sneaky guy!

Waiting impatiently,

Colleen :-)
 
Fantastic! I remember what a great marker of progress that was for Debbie--it made her truly feel that she would be independent again. I wonder if you will be behind the wheel at the reunion???
Florence
PS I have figured this comment thing out--I think.
Florence
 
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