Sunday, 10 June 2012

Brief post

I wrote an amazingly long post today and when I went to publish it, the post was all in one long paragraph. All like 10 pages of it!? Dont know if its Blogger or the iPad but the big post will have to wait till I can clean it up. Today was a good day too, Apis stood up a couple of times and did a lot of breathing exercises. All of the nurses and doctors that came by said that she was progrssing really well.

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  1. Such a tough lady! Wonderful to hear that Apis is progressng so well and Quickly!
    Lots of love sent your way and thinking about you at least three times a day at work. Whenever I walk through the cancer research wing. Though now it'll be six at least since there's an oncology department as well! And whenever I look at my scrap fabric bins. There's going to be a nice pile of fabric scraps for you when you get back!

    Beth~

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  2. I've been reading your updates avidly, Chris. Thank you so much for posting them. Tell Apis that we're cheering her on!
    Laura

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  3. Good girl! Hey Chris, we have to head to the hospital tomorrow afternoon. I am sure she is not up for visitors (she thought she might like me to stop by) but thought I would check. Would you like to borrow Kris' netbook? Would it be easier for you to type? Also, we would be happy to bring a meal up for you and the family. I know you are busy but you can either text me (403-470-5836) or e-mail me at cayleedahl@gmail.com and let me know your thoughts. Tell Apis I am proud of her for standing up! Walking from the door way to the nurses station for the first time felt like a marathon. :)

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    1. My name wasn't attached... Caylee

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  4. Yay Apis! You go, lady! Standing up and walking already is such an amazing thing, but obviously the thing that needs to happen. I'll bet you'll be running that darned marathon soon!

    Just don't forget to pamper yourself, and don't hesitate to use the pain meds as you need to. Lack of pain makes healing happen faster (it's true!) and you've earned a lack of pain, sez I.

    I'll bet you have one happy Chibi, too :) His mom IS gonna beat the jellymonster!

    *happy thoughts*

    The Baakay

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    1. And I need to add a HUGE thank you, yet again, Chris. I know this isn't exactly the easiest thing in the world for you, either, but even your briefest of reports has meant the world to so many of us.

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  5. Keep it up! You will get all the way to the hospital’s exit and straight home in due time. Step by step. Animo … berraquera y vamos es p’ lante!
    RG

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  6. Hello Apis and Chris,

    This is Sarah, I work with Chris. I just wanted to say hello and let you know I have been sending love and positve energy your way. It is great to hear you are challenging yourself to get your mobility back. The body and heart are so strong, keep it up and all my best for a speedy recovery.

    - Sarah

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  7. Hi Chris and Apis! I had to look up GAMBARIMASU but I'm always glad you are there to improve my Japanese vocabulary. :P It sounds like recovery is going well - maybe Calgary has a healing air? We miss you in Vancouver.

    Love, Nicole

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  8. Get well soon! :P

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02Or-Hx3yqc

    Nicole

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