Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Sunday, September 6, 2009 5:02 PM

Sunday, September 6, 2009 5:02 PM, EDT
What a great day! Kyle is feeling good and has had a busy day with LOTS of visitors and no upset stomach or breathing issues! He was treated with a visit from Aunt Pat, Uncle Nelson from Front Royal, and cousins Mike and John Southard came in from Alexandria along with the "greatMama-Nikki", who was so happy to see him in the wheelchair and sitting outside enjoying the day! While they were outside visiting, he was surprised by MORE visitors, his Uncle David, Aunt Audrey and Adelle, from Falls Church, cousin Ronnie and his wife Mary and their 1 year-old little man, Grady all the way up from Virginia Beach! Also with them was Glen and Erika and their son Matthew! Was a great treat to have ALL of you visit! Kyle enjoyed catching up with them and laughed and smiled more than he has in weeks! He thanks you all for coming to see him! Later this afternoon, his friend Meagan surprised him by driving all the way down from Waldorf! What a wonderful treat!His breathing is very good, no nausea issues today, and feels really good. He was up in his wheelchair for almost 4 hours today and did great! is medical team is thrilled that he was able to do so well today!Thanks again for all your notes! He hopes to get around to responding to everyone very soon and hopefully he will be able to begin updating his page as well! He wants to share his experience and rehabilitation with you all!Tomorrow will be a quiet day with a little Physical Therapy and then Tuesday, his medical team will begin the assessments that they have been trying to get done for a couple of weeks now. He is still scheduled for some same day surgical procedure to place a valve in his stomach to help get his food to bypass his stomach. This should eliminate the sickness, along with a change in the way they give him his medications.Kyle says thanks again to everyone that came to see him today! He hopes to see you all again soon! I think he can finally see some light at the end of the tunnel!

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