Mama was released from in-patient care at the rehabilitation center on Wednesday, and she was able to go home! She’s been resting and getting settled into being at home, and she’ll start out-patient therapy on Monday. She’ll go back to the rehabilitation center 4 days a week for about 6 hours each day, but she’s thrilled to be at home and is enjoying her own bed and the dogs!
She continues to progress a little each day. She’s able to walk on her own to a degree, though not without someone else being present. Her appetite has improved, and she’s able to follow along with a television show or a movie.
7 thoughts on “Day 41, Night”
Yay!!!! I’m so happy to hear this! Please let her know that we continue to pray for her and we love her!
What great news. God is good!
What wonderful news!!! Debbie, I know you are so happy to be home with your family and pets. You, David, Lindsey and Bo are such a special family. God will surely continue to bless you all. We appreciate the updates on Debbie’s progress.
Much love to all of you!
How awesome that you are finally home! I’m so very happy for you and your family. Take it easy, continue to heal and just enjoy that precious, loving family of yours.
What wonderful news Debbie! I am celebrating and thanking God for your speedy recovery. I know you are so excited about being at home along with the family and your beloved dogs! I think of you every day! Love you! Betty Ann
Thinking of you and your family and praying for your continued healing. Am so happy to hear you are home! Best wishes and a big hug!
I am so happy to hear the Debbie has come home. I know that this is the best remedy for anyone to be at home and in their own surroundings. I as a dog lover, also, know how much those babies can make a difference as well.