In her typical manner, Kari exploded through the front door yesterday evening. It like feeling the bomb percussion waves just before being incinerated. What an aura!
The dogs went into a frenzy. Duke was literally bouncing off the walls. I hugged her so tightly she protested in pain. I let go… then let her have it again!
Now, just like a college student home for the weekend she did what they all seem to do. Namely, go and hang out with her college friends that she just left. I was nice seeing her for the hour or so.
Like all the calls before, it will take me time to organize and process the information. I was a little disappointed that we didn’t have more time. It was a short call. Thirty minutes from start to finish. I will say it was (mostly) efficient, covering the bulk of agenda items. Still, for those who know me, I want to drill down into the details and completely understand everything. I need to know “why”.
Sue is visiting IBRF late Tuesday (after work), so she will be the messenger with our follow-up items.
I thought you might be interested to see a photograph of the practical application of the laser therapy. I snapped the following picture this morning:
I toyed with the idea of drawing this for you, since my art work received such rave reviews yesterday.
Actually, Ryan’s therapy will soon be increasing to a total of one-hour per day. He will undergo thirty minutes of therapy as shown above and thirty minutes with the unit flipped and rotated to focus on the frontal lobes.
For those of you who are truly observant, you’ll notice a dishcloth duct tapped (ah, duct tape… is there really anything it can’t do?) across the front of the helmet. I put this on after Ryan cutting his forehead yesterday. While under the lights, he coughed so hard that his head flew into the front of the unit. I’m going to look for some foam pipe insulation to make a more permanent solution.
Buffalo Wing Factory Fundraiser
Please remember that all day tomorrow Buffalo Wing Factory is holding a fundraiser for Ryan. Proceeds will go to Ryan’s Special Needs Trust Fund.