Day 22, Morning

Mama spent Thursday and Friday in full-day therapy sessions, and while the progress is slow, it is encouraging.  They do lighter therapy on the weekends and then get back to it full force on Monday.  She’s motivated to work hard in therapy, so that gives her a bit of an edge that will be good for her!  The therapy is very strenuous and tiring, but her attitude has been good about that.

We’re still not sure how long she’s going to be at the rehabilitation center, but the therapists and doctors on her team are having a meeting on Tuesday to discuss a plan of action, so we may have a better idea at that time.

Due to the tiring nature of this intense therapy, they’d prefer Mama to rest when she’s not working, so they’d like to keep visitors to a minimum.  Her room is also very short on counter space, and while Mama appreciates the flowers people have sent, we’ve run out of room already!  She knows about this website and she knows people have been sending cards, so once her concentration improves a bit she wants to read all the lovely things people have been saying to her.


7 thoughts on “Day 22, Morning

  1. Debbie,
    We continue to pray for you! We miss you and know that with strength you will overcome. Blessings to you and your wonderful family!
    Much Love,

  2. Keep up the good work Debbie I am following this great blog Lindsey is writing she is doing such a wonderful job. Praying for you and the family….Love, Karen

    1. Debbie and I reconnected on facebook after 30 or more years. I love her dearly. She has always been a person I admire. I just found out about her accident today by going to her fb page. I am so glad to hear she is improving each day. I will be sending up prayers for Debbie and all of you many times each day.

  3. Debbie, I am praying that your week has you surrounded by your angels. May they guide you to have a great week of healing. I know you are strong and will make great progress so you will be closer to moving forward. Please know that I lift you throughout the day and days to come. I know you are surrounded by love and that your faith is remarkable as you are. I love you and please know that I am available if needed in any way. May love and peace be with all of you. God is great, God is good and he loves you all. love, Betty Ann

  4. Lindsey, can we please have the address so that we can send a card to your Mom? Thank you so much. Love & Prayers to your family and a hug to your mom from us.

  5. Dear Debbie and David,
    I am being obedient to Lindsey and the doctors and not coming to visit, but please know you are constantly in my thoughts and prayers. We love you and are so grateful to hear about your determination and great progress. We’re so proud of you! Keep up the great work and remember, “the joy of the Lord is your strength.” xoxoxoxo

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