These past few days have been going well. Thursday my Dad came by with the truck and we were able to practice getting into the truck with the help of a slide board. Not going to lie, the task looked difficult but just like all these other obstacles I’ve over came since my accident I approached this task with a grain of salt. I went through my therapies and walked with braces each day. Since these past few days I have been able to feel a little weight go through my legs; praise God. The doctors and therapist say that you’ll know the majority of what you get back in the first year but I know through Christ all things are possible so I’m not worried. The Doctor has said that if by Monday the drains in my back are putting out less than twenty-five milliliters a day than by Monday my stitches and drains will come out. And they will discharge me from the hospital and I’ll get to be home for Christmas. What a great Christmas present to be home celebrating our Saviors birth. I ask any one who reads this that they pray for my drainage of my stitches to decrease so that I’d be allowed to go home. I put this in Gods hands. Today my sister came to visit me for lunch. She brought noodles and chicken from her work; scrumcious! I ate that for dinner. It’s such a blessing when I get food brought in from the outside. I enjoy my therapies a lot especially cause I’m in several work out groups that have helped me to build muscle and get strong. I’m going to need all the strength I can get. All in all I had a great past few days I’m looking forward to the weekend though, SLEEEP!
Thank you for all the love and prayers I’ve been so blessed to be given