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04/28/2008: "Day 32"


A big day and a small day all at the same time. This mornings transfer went as planned and we were able to get out of the hospital first thing in the morning. No fanfare when we left, but a nice big list of follow up appointments for the next couple months. I think we'll be visiting every specalist under the sun to let them see the fruits of their labour.

Arriving at the rehab facility and getting Kate settled was the next order of business. Over the course of the day she met with a number of people and got some of the basic testing done. She has made significant improvements since last weeks assessments, so its looking like her stay might be on the shorter side of things. This is the carrot that is keeping Kate going... she, along with the rest of us, wants to get home as soon as possible. From the professional's point of view that is when she is able to do some basic tasks in a safe manner.

So tonight's prayer requests are going to be for Kate and her new temporary home. We feel that she will be able to make a faster and safer recovery under their care, but we also realize that she desperately wants to go home. Please pray for those providing her treatment and making decisions about her future care.

Replies: 6 Comments

on Monday, April 28th, people@sympatico.ca">Fiona Johnson said

Thank you for keeping such a wonderful journal and allowing her CSU friends in to read it. I will pray for Kate and YOU, her steadfast husband!

Fiona

on Monday, April 28th, people@sympatico.ca">Fiona Johnson said

Thank you for keeping such a wonderful journal and allowing her CSU friends in to read it. I will pray for Kate and YOU, her steadfast husband!

Fiona

on Tuesday, April 29th, Susan Trombley said

Well Kate this is a big move , and considering all you have been through it is exciting to hear of this step.We know the next big step will be going home , and though that may take alot of work I know nobody who would work harder than you to be where you want to be. Just know you do not have to do it all on your own , we are all here rooting for you and I know the Lord will give you the strength to do all you need to do , to get yourself home.I know even when your home that does not mean its all over , but each new day will bring new things , some big steps and some baby steps but the wonderful thing is all steps lead forward. We love you , and know that though we are not there in Ontario our hearts are with you , Paul and your family each day.

on Tuesday, April 29th, Connie and Chris Snoek said

Dear Kate and Paul:
After reading your updates for a month this one is the best yet: a big step forward. We are praying that your stay in rehab will be short and that you will be able to go home real soon. Also, and above all else, that the Lord will give you a complete recovery.
Our very best wishes

on Tuesday, April 29th, Rebecca Skudra said

Dear Kate and Paul,

Thinking of you both, and my prayer is for God's blessing to belavished upon you both as your continue this journey of healing together. I am reminded of KIng David's words in the book of Psalms: 31:23-24. Be strong and place your continual hope in God. He has preserved you for such a time as this Kate. With each step towards total recovery may your peace be in knowing HE has called you for a purpose and HE is with you ALWAYS. Continue to know many are praying for you each day. Thank you Paul for continual update of Kate's progress, you truly are a man on integrity and display unfailing love towards your bride. Be blessed and many prayers are sent your way. Rebecca (CSU)

on Tuesday, April 29th, Loren Martin said

Hey kate its loren i just wanted to tell you that sound of music was fun and i might be able to get a taped virsion! i miss you princess. Love you
Loren


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