Day 18, Night

Today Mama spent the day getting settled into the rehabilitation center. She did have some light therapy this morning, but she mostly spent the day getting oriented to her new environment. The more intense therapy will begin in the morning, and she’ll do therapy for the full day everyday from this point forward.

Her appetite is starting to get a little better, and the anti-anxiety medication is helping her some. Mama is looking forward to doing whatever she needs to do to get better. Thank you so much to everyone for your continued prayers and comments. We’re going to start bringing the cards everyone has sent to her so that as she feels up to reading she’ll have some positive and encouraging things to read!

6 thoughts on “Day 18, Night

  1. Good Morning!
    My name is Jean and I am Kristin Bedoya’s (Briarcliff Animal Hospital) Mom. Kristin shared this story with me. She is so fond of your Mom and was so concerned about her. I will continue to pray for her speedy recovery and hope that some day I get to meet this wonderful person that has been so kind to my daughter. My very best to you all.

  2. Hi:

    I am from the Nashville United Methodist Church and I have been keeping up with Debbie’s progress through Lindsey’s updates. I have been praying for her as well as our prayer chain here. Just wanted Debbie to know that I was thinking of her. Get well!!

  3. It’s fantastic to hear that you have graduated to another facility. With your strength, determination and faith, you will be your active self soon. I praise God for walking you and your family through this difficult time.

  4. Hi,
    My name is Kathy Kaufman and I am a veterinary technician at Briarcliff Animal Hospital. I just wanted to say how much your Mom means to all of us and that we continue praying for a speedy recovery and look forward to seeing her again. She’s a special person! Thanks for posting updates we check in often.

  5. Debbie, David, Lindsey and Bo,
    I just found out about Debbie’s accident and was dismayed to hear of her injury, but heartened to hear of her good progress. I am sending prayers for continued healing for our very dear and loving friend. I know that God will watch over dear Debbie’s continued progress. Debbie is loved by so many and has been so kind and generous to me. Please pass on my good thoughts and prayers to Debbie.
    Love,
    Sara Schneider

  6. Debbie we are sending many prayers your way. You are strong and have so much faith, I know you are going to heal and be able to go home soon! You have many prayers going up for you and your family from Tifton. Please let us know if we can help!
    Love you. Betty Ann

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