Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Week 37 : Feb 23 - Mar 1


You had a very productive week. I am so proud of you and the progress you are making!! It's so easy to get discouraged because the timing of your healing seems so slow. I keep reminding myself that your recovery is on God's time, not mine.

It snowed Tuesday. Mom took this picture of a bird sitting outside your window.

Wednesday, you had a dentist appointment. Robert and Mom loaded you up in the van and took you to your appointment. You're going to have to have some work done on a few cavities and on the tooth in the front that was damaged in the wreck. You tolerated the visit well!

During your speach therapy, you held the tongue depressor between your lips to the count of 40. That took great concentration and control. What an awesome job!

You also worked with the magnetic letters during therapy. Your therapist, Lisa, asked you to spell her name. You started out with an AM and then spelled LICA. She told you no, it's not Lica, the letter sounds like "c" though. You grabbed the K and when mom and Lisa started laughing, you laughed too (soundlessly) and grabbed the S and handed it to her. You have such a sense of humor!!

I came to see you on Saturday and we were watching a movie together. You were sitting in your wheelchair and I was sitting on your bed. I watched you being sneaky trying to turn the light switch on that was on the wall near your wheelchair. It was a pretty high reach for you but you kept trying until you got it!

Working on your quarterback throw!!

Jackie bought some new shoes and came in to show them to you. She asked you, "Daddy do you like my new shoes?" And, you gave her a thumbs up!

Love you!! xo Jen

"I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." Jeremiah 29:11
**Please continue to pray as God works his miracles in Johnny.
Those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. Isaiah 40:31

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