Can you believe it? 100 Days. I can hardly believe it myself. So much has gone on these last 100 days. The roller coaster has been up and down many hills. I hope it has enough to continue on.
I awoke to a glorious morning. Blue sky, slight breeze. Amazing. I don't want it to end. Fall is here and the mountains are in their finest. The leaves are changing and they are snow capped. Who could ask for a more beautiful picture.
John and I went to a wedding this morning. The wedding of our cousins daughter, Becca and Taylor. It was beautiful. They were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple. I was a little teary as I watched the scene unfold in front of me as I thought of my own children one day being sealed for time AND all eternity. As you can imagine I thought of Nicole and wondered if she would receive that blessing on this earth.
The Doctor resumed Nicole's food this afternoon. She was so grateful. Her stomach is still hurting but they are going to try food anyway. I hope it all doesn't come tumbling down around them.
I haven't seen her yet today and will not until late tonight. I have talked to the nurses and to Nicole today and have been updated.
PT went fairly well as did wound care albeit the pain. She didn't walk too much today but I am sure she will be back to walking more before long.
John and I have spoke to many people this week to help us with the dilemma we have with visitation. I hope that the contacts we have made will help.