The weekend went by way to fast it felt like Tyler, Brittany, and the baby were only here a day. It was so great to see by brother and hold my niece. She is adorable. Can’t wait for them to come back up here again. This week I’ve made great progress. I started in the pool, doing laps and walking with ankle weights. The walking isn’t full fledged but its getting better and easier the more I practice. I’m also able to stand upright in the pool and help weight go through my legs. I love being in the water its amazing to finally be buoyant. I’m able to move and stretch out my back like I haven’t before since my accident. I also got fitted for the esko skeleton. It’s this suit that assists you in walking. Gaylord Hospital where my outpatient therapy is held is the only rehabilitation center in Connecticut that has one. I am so anxious to finally stand up in this suit and walk. I also have an appointment to get fitted for a standing frame. A standing frame is a seat that you sit in and you jack up the seat into a standing position. Its great to have because it helps with circulation, digestion, and blood flow. What is even better is my insurance company is going to cover the standing frame. I played in my first full court basketball game at the YMCA yesterday. I was pretty close to scoring a basket too! It was a lot harder than I expected. But nonetheless it was a good time. We are suppose to be getting a bad snowstorm up here I’m kinda bummed cause I can’t sled in my back yard. My Dad and I are trying to figure out a pulley system to pull me back up our hill. As I move forward in this journey which for me is the only direction to go. I look forward to my recovery getting stronger spiritually and physically. Being still and knowing I’m in the Lord’s hands. He will provide and make my path straight. I ask for continued prayers up sensation and strength back in my legs. God Bless.