Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Good Evening Everyone - Today was a day where Bo obviously thought he needed to catch up on some walking. He walked nearly 2 miles before 1:00...seriously he is wearing a path around the hospital. We spent the afternoon walking, talking and visiting old friends. We visited the 3 floor ICU, they miss us a little bit, then we visiting the 9th floor and saw some really old friends from when Bo had a collapsed lung (twice - last year in August) Dr. Crawford happened to be working these 2 weeks so we got to see him as well. (We also visited with Ennis - Jerrold) Then we showered, semi shaved (Bo is growing something on his face, goatee (spelling)). Then rest up a little...busy, busy, busy.
Hopefully tomorrow we will know more about when they will perform the stomach wrap.
Love to All
Christi, Addi and Bo


Anonymous said...

Bo walks more in a day than I do, and I park in outer Mongolia! Great Job, keep up those baby steps. We out here in the blogosphere on team Bo keep praying every day for you.

Jenn in CA

Anonymous said...

Guys it is awesome to hear all the positive steps that are being made and I'm thankful you take the time each day to keep the world outside of Duke updated. I can't speak for everyone but I'm assuming that I'm not the only one that looks forward to catching up on Bo's progress everyday.
Hope to see you guys next week and catch up some more.
Christy don't worry, Bo has always been a cheap drunk! Sounds like he's closer than ever to being his old self again.
Love you guys, Lee, Tina and Mia.

Anonymous said...

Maybe you could post a picture of his goatee beacause I did not think he was able to grow facial hair.LOL!!! Keep up the great work BO....

Robert M.

Anonymous said...

Christi, Bo, and Addi,
Way to go, Bo!!! Keep up that walking and before long you will be walking on the golf course again.
Aunt Mary and Uncle Jeff

Jerrold said...

BJ "Forrest Gump" you just keep walking and walking.... and take CJ, and AJ with you...Life is like a box of sugar free candy (since transplant)

Anonymous said...


Mary Kay and I still have you and your family in our prayers. You are all an inspiration to the rest of us. God must have some great plans for you and your girls.

Nick Guillaume