Tina's first couple of weeks in MI went fairly well. Tons of changes for the Sullivan family for sure. Todd and Teya seemed to have settled in quite well. Tina has a first floor room in our home. She can see the water from her room and the living room. Tina enjoys spending some time on the deck which over looks a lake. Teya swims a lot and loves the speed boat. Todd is learning to drive the speed boat with dad skiing and mastering his own boarding skills.
Tina had to have an abnormal tap last Friday. The Hospital was able to remove 7-lbs of fluids, which brought much needed relief. Since the tap Tina has had some very good days and some bad ones. But with all the prayers we are thankful that the good days are out weighing the bad.
Today marked another start of a new challenge Tina is taking on. She began some small exercises to try and increase her strength in her legs and arms and over all body. I am very proud of her and believe she did a very good job. She has been doing some strengthen but is now working even harder. A good friend of mine brought over a walker with wheels and a seat on it. The walker truly made major changes in Tina's ability to walk more. Funny how simply things can truly change one's life.
She is surrounding with lots of family and friends. We never know who's stopping by for a visit: brother, aunts, uncles, cousins, niece's, nephews and friends. Even a sheriff stop by for a visit ha-ha her uncle. Tina's aunt comes now every Wed and spends the day with her and gives mom a much needed day off. Big hugs go out to her and those of our friends and family who have step up to take time out of there precious days to become part of Team Pale Skin is in.
One last bit of news while Todd continues to work out of the RV we all travel to MI in. He and Teya will have a new home by the first of the month. My husband and I bought the house next door to us and they will have a place to call home in MI. Teya says she can't wait to move in.
Well that's all for now, thank for all your love, prayers and support. Tina still feels it all and hopes one day soon she will be able to speak with you directly.