Jimmy Moore's Journal
Happy New Year!
Written Jan 1, 2013 10:50amHappy New Year, everyone! Hope you guys had a safe night and get to cozy in today to watch some bowl games.
That's what Jimmy will be doing on this New Years Day.
He's requested a bratwurst supper with cabbage as he puts in some long hours watching football today.
Jimmy and I would like to thank everyone who has continued to follow our journey and cheer us on over the last year. It's helped us. We are grateful for you!
Hoping to make some great strides in 2013.
Jimmy and Jaimie
PS) One of my resolutions is to update CaringBridge more. :)
Jimmy in MB!
Written Dec 21, 2012 12:25pmJimmy is spending some time this afternoon relaxing next to our patio, taking in some sun and listening to the waves crash!
We're in Myrtle Beach for Christmas. Certainly a nice change of scenery.
Good to be home!
Written Dec 2, 2012 3:29pmIt's been a busy couple of weeks.
On November 18th, Jimmy's father passed away. This happened while I was out of town -- only my second time leaving Jimmy since the crash.
We had already planned to go to Jimmy's parents house for Thanksgiving.
We still went, but with heavy hearts as it would be a holiday at the house without Jimmy's Dad. It still was a good thing that Jimmy got to be with his family during that time. He needed it.
The funeral was difficult, emotionally. But I don't know any that aren't, really. Jimmy spoke, and shared some touching stories about his father. It was tear-jerking, for sure.
On the medical front, just a few small speed bumps here and there. But nothing we aren't handling.
Jimmy is, for the time-being, sleeping on the ventilator. For whatever reason, he's had a dramatic increase in secretions. Jimmy's pulmonogist suggested he sleep on the vent until that problem corrected itself, and then go back to trying to sleep off the vent, on the DPS.
We went to a Falcons games this past Thursday. It was a great time!
We are looking forward to catching our breaths and enjoying the holiday season.
Then, we'll pack up and travel to see more family for Christmas.