Monthly Archives: May 2011

Up on the roof.

Saturday night.  We have had another busy week.  Rob met with Ryan twice, as they continue to work towards getting the socket to fit “just so.”  It’s not an easy task.  Rob’s leg has fluctuated in size, which is apparently … Continue reading

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Remembering where we are.

Friday afternoon.  It’s been a rainy, rainy week in NYC.  And, to top it off, I left our very nice, large umbrella in a taxi on Wednesday — how frustrating!  I often get a receipt from the taxi driver, just … Continue reading

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Together again.

Friday night.  What a week this has been.  Rob was scheduled to be released from Rusk on Tuesday, but his doctor, who was away on vacation last week, returned on Monday, and his assessment was that Rob could benefit from … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Gift.

Sunday.  Today is a beautiful sunny Sunday in New York.  Happy Mother’s Day!!!  For other mothers who might be reading this, I’m sure you can relate to this:  sometimes I am simply overwhelmed by the wonderful blessing of being a … Continue reading

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Climbing the stairs.

Thursday night.  Rob has now been through three days of inpatient rehab at Rusk.  After being admitted on Monday, he was given evaluations on Tuesday and then began both PT and OT, several hours of hard work each day.  He’s … Continue reading

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The work has begun.

Tuesday afternoon. Yesterday Rob was admitted, and he has now settled in, as an inpatient at Rusk Rehabilitation, which is connected to NYU Medical Center. He is sharing a large double room with an older gentleman who appears to be … Continue reading

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