Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Good Morning - Sitting here with Bo right now, I snuck the computer back and we have an awesome nurse, Jennifer. We just found out that we are neighbors with our new home...scary. Lena, she is moving into the Hamptons, how funny. Anyway Bo has had a busy morning, PT just came by and had Bo moving some more. He did a little more than yesterday in lifting his legs and arms. They have also added to Bo's diet protein, whey powder, and some other energy boosters. I think Bo being younger means that he needs more support diet wise and it is just taking them a little bit to figure out exactly how much. He is alert right now and I have been reading him all the comments. Some of you are comedians...others he just smiles to. It is good to see that Bo is registering who you all are. Sometimes they have him on so much pain meds depending on how much PT, he isn't really there. But this has been a good morning.
Take care and I will post more soon


Anonymous said...

Hey Bo,

Keep working hard. We are so proud of you. Which I know I say in every message, but it's true! Glad to hear that Addi is doing well. Miss you.

Theresa and Kevin

Anonymous said...

All your friends at Senior Market Advisor are thinking of you and your family. We are all truly amazed at your strength -


Anonymous said...

Hey Bo! Jeff and BJ checkin' in on you . . . sounds like you're doing great! You've made such wonderful progress already . . . we know it's FRUSTRATING, but hang in there. We're all out here praying for you and pulling for you, and can't wait to see you when you get home. Oh yeah, and GO HEELS! (That was from Jeff, of course . . . BJ was still mumbling something about the "real Carolina".)

Anonymous said...

Hi Bo. My name is Allison, and I am friends with Brian. Just wanted to let you know I am praying for you and your family every day. I am happy to hear of your progress. You are an inspiration to all. Stay tough!!

Anonymous said...

Hey Bo and Christi!

Keep up the good work. I'm trying to think of something funny to say but my mind is a blank today (and most) so I guess you'll just have to imagine me making a goofy face.

Have a nice day.

Jenn in CA

Ken and Mystina said...

Christi and Bo~
So glad to read this good report. Bo you have come a long way already and we are to thankful. We pray for you both every day. Blessings to you and Addi. Oh and Happy Father's Day Bo! :o)

"Miss Kim" said...

Dear Bo, Christi and Addi,

It is so good to read of your progress. We thank God for His work in your life. We continue to pray for you and your family. Please give Addi a hug from me and tell her I can't wait for school to start again!!

Miss Kim

Anonymous said...

Hey Bo and Christi,
Bo glad you are up and smiling some! Thinking about you and still praying for you to heal more and more each day! God Bless you guys!
Leigh Ann

Anonymous said...

Bo and Christi
You both amaze me everyday with your strength. Bo keep your chin up and working hard. I'm sure it is very frustrating but you'll be back to your old self in no time buddy! Thinking about you both and Addi every day.

Amy J

Anonymous said...

Amazing and wonderful progress. Keep up the great work. Remember it is worth it in the end. Having the family together will also do wonders.

Kathy Miller

Anonymous said...

Well, I played Bridge today and did lousy so I come home to this and say, "Hey, what a great day this is." See what you do for me even all the way in Raleigh. You'd boost anyone's morale! Love you all.
Git er dun, Bo!

Anonymous said...

Christi and Bo,
We are so glad you are having a good morning. It sounds like Bo is working hard and each day takes more baby steps.
I hope you can keep sneaking in the computer. It won't be long until Bo will be posting on the Blog, Too.
Stay strong and continue to hold on to each other.
Aunt Mary and Uncle Jeff

Anonymous said...

Hi Bo and Christi,
Just wanted to say hello and it is so wonderful to hear you are making progress. You are in my prayers every night. Earl and I really enjoyed playing golf with you both in Ireland. My game has really improved since that time. We have a 2 1/2 year old grand-daughter and I knew exactly what Christi was taking about when she said Addi learned to say firetruck. My grand-daughter also had a hard time with tractor. They are amazing, aren't they. Take care and keep moving in the right direction.
Faye Gartman

Anonymous said...


FIG WEST just became reality today. I was going to say thank you for believing in me enough to give me the chance to do this, but instead I am going to show you with results. I can't promise a lot of things, but I can promise that we are going to bring the A game and show the competition how it is done out here. Haven't been this pumped since the first week of FIG... eyes on the prize
Jay, Brock, and Dan