Taylor Update: Graduation Day!
Taylor had a ‘pretty good’ night sleep… I asked him as he was trying to dry his hair after his morning shower… I could tell that he was a bit more chipper today then he has been… and I had a pretty good feeling I knew why too 😊
TAYLOR GRADUATED FROM INPATIENT THERAPY TODAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WHOOO HOOOO!!!!!!
He is so proud of himself but made sure to spend a few minutes to thank each therapist, nurse, and doctor for what they have done to help him through his rehabilitation!
We will continue with outpatient services at the same facility, starting Tuesday!! He gets a good break for now, which is great! We get to celebrate his birthday & Gamecock Football!!!! He is looking forward to seeing all his friends and family who able to visit with him! Jennifer and I are excited too! ❤️
8 weeks… WOW. I don’t know what to say… if I let myself slip back to the beginning… deep sigh.
Please join us in celebrating the end of this chapter in Taylor’s Journey!!! CONGRATULATIONS SON! You deserve everything you have been given… every single penny! It may go without saying, but you have touched so many people’s lives before and after your injury. As you continue to grow after your injury, never lose your sense of ‘being’. Your presence is what you are all about… your kindness, love, compassion… you being you. It’s an honor to witness. It truly is.
PLEASE join us in celebrating the start of the NEXT chapter in Taylor’s Journey!! He graduated today, but it is not the end!! We are ready! We are counting on everyone to continue to share his journey with us and fight!! Fight for every penny… no matter where it is hidden… no matter what it takes!
Never give up… never give in…. instead, GIVE IT ALL YOU GOT!!!
Until tomorrow…Miracles Happen! WE LOVE YA’LL!!!
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