This time it's for real
Barring any unforseen events overnight, David will be
coming home tomorrow, Thursday, December 30, 2004. I
know I've said this before and things changed but I
truly believe it to be true this time.
As a homecoming gift, the Star Ledger is expected to
run a story on David tomorrow (12/30). Look for it.
David looks great and feels great too. The doctors
have reduced his meds so that he is not as hyper as he
was a few days ago. He exercised today in the
hospital gym and really enjoyed working out on the
semi-recumbent bike while gazing out onto the East
River. David joked that he lost his yellow skin and
got a yellow jersey. He also laughed that he was
"escaping in style"
His appetite is back and he relishes every bite of
each meal. He is the perfect patient -- complimentary
to the staff (he knows all their names), friendly,
kind and a model patient. It's obvious that he
appreciates every single thing they do and they
appreciate having someone who is so grateful,
cooperative and pleasant to deal with!
David has a calendar of daily quotes with him and
today's read: "It is not how troubled the sea is that
determines the course of your life: it is who the
Pilot is." David is piloting this so amazingly. I am
so very proud of him and I can't wait to have him back
Love to all,
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