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Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Headed North!

Well, we are headed out of here to Crotched Mountain tomorrow morning. We are all very excited to move to the next step forward of this long journey called recovery. Court had an off day today, not sure why. She started off wide awake and ready for the day. By ten o'clock this morning she was feeling dizzy and disoriented and very tired. With no tranquillizers or sedatives last night I thought she'd be ready for the day's tasks but she never got out of her "funk". She has been complaining of heartburn since last night so we hope that is only temporary. We are mostly packed up and ready for the move. I pray Court has a restful night with her Dad tonight and the trip goes smoothly. We will keep you all informed after our arrival.
Best to all, Julie


Anonymous said...

With love and prayers for a safe journey,

Sue and Ed

Debbie said...

Safe traveling to you all as you head to NH. My thoughts will be with you all day. Keep strong Courtney - we are so proud of you. Julie, Marty and Doug - you are such examples for all of us! Julie - take care of yourself.
Debbie and George

Marti said...

It's so difficult dealing with these ups and downs, but I'm sure everything will be fine. Have a safe and uneventful journey to Crotched Mt. I'll be thinking about all of you. Remember that this is another step toward a good recovery!

Hang in there, everyone.

Meltron said...

Courtney the maidens of metal will be reunited soon!! Els is coming back east to visit over Thanksgiving break and we are going to come see you in NH!! Cannot wait! I miss you.

I went to Esox this week and we STILL own every score on the Photohunt high score board except one!!! Wow we rock...but I'll tell you about that in person soon :)

Anonymous said...

Hope the trip is (was??) good & exciting for all.
Can't wait to hear from you!

Love, Patricia

Jeff S. said...

Have a safe journey!

cathy trueman said...

We check on Courtney's progress daily and are cheering for you all. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all as you take the next step of this recovery process. Julie please do not be afraid to call if there is anything I can do to help out.

Love to all.