Sunday, May 30, 2010

Sunday, May 30

From the beginning I said I wanted to enjoy the first day in June on my porch, but I was hoping to get home a bit sooner, and with my discharge date of June 1 I met my goal. With little more than a day left at arbors, I must look back to a little less than a day after the accident. And the fact that I was still alive was amazing, through I wasn't looking good. Every time they touched me, I would braiby cardiar (my heart would slow down and stop), now I don't even wake up when they turn me at night. I have come a long way in six months, and can't imagine where I'll be in six more.I forgot to include my friend Ben as one of the primary workers on my house in the past few months. And again I thank everyone who has put any effort into my recovery, you've been great.


  1. Hey Bill-
    When I took this picture we had no idea if you were going to make it through the week. Then we had no idea if you would wake up, or if you would even still be in that body should you wake up. You have beat so many odds getting to this point and I have no doubt you will beat even more as you continue to recover. Your attitude and strength are amazing and I'm so proud to call you my brother. See you soon!

  2. way to go Bill, will be waiting for more updates from you after you're at home. Will continue to keep you in prayer and wishing you all the best as you continue to recover.