Getting Settled at Home

Debbie is now settled at home and is beginning to become more independent with day to day activities.  The outpatient therapy is progressing nicely and she has become accustomed to the schedule.  We leave the house around 8:15am to make the 9 o’clock beginning therapy session.  Therapy finishes at 3:30 every afternoon, four days per week, so we are back home a little after 4pm.  At the end of the day she is tired and ready to return home for a little rest before assisting with some of the normal household duties such as assisting with laundry, preparing meals, etc.  We are anticipating that the current therapy schedule will be in place until the end of the year.  We continue to be very pleased with her progress, especially after all that she has been through beginning with her injury on September 5th.   We continue to be comforted by your comments, cards and prayers for Debbie and her family.


4 thoughts on “Getting Settled at Home

  1. We are so happy to hear that you are still making great progress, Debbie! Who would have ever thought you’d be grateful to be doing laundry and other household chores?! Remember our prayer and know that you are in His hands. Much love to you and David! xoxo susan and craig

  2. So glad to hear of your progress, Debbie. I pray the Lord continues to give you peace, rest, and strength as you travel through therapy on the way to healing fully. Bless you.

  3. Thank you for continuing your blog! It keeps me from pestering you! I am so pleased to read that you are moving right along in a positive direction toward recovery. I can’t imagine being in therapy for so long. It’s no wonder that you are tired when you get through! However, it is paying off! Like I’ve said before, you are one amazing woman. I praise God for walking you through this. Take care and know that I am still praying for you and love you.

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