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  1. Hi Jackie, Ana, Jim and Emily. So glad that things are going better – is it really a month already? Wow. It sounds as though you are getting our and about a little now and I am sure that this will help Ana’s sluggishness. There is nothing less motivating than having nothing to do I find and I wonder if this is contributing to the sluggishness – hopefully this is not related to her recovery. Anyway, goal directed activities are so hard to come by when you can’t go anywhere really, cannot last too long when you do go somewhere etc. I wonder if Ana will be as sluggish when she gets up for the planned outing to the hair dresser tomorrow. Slow rising does seem to be a problem for us in our house though as well. Anyway, speak to you soon and have a good night, Mary-Ann

  2. I can’t believe it’s been a month! It was wonderful sitting and drawing with her on Sunday … Looking forward o pics of that haircut! I love you …

  3. Just want to let you know that my husband had a heart transplant and it is now close to seven years ago. True recuperation was a multi-year process but kudos to Ana for getting through the hardest part. Now look forward to getting really well. Courage and Congratulations!

  4. Such great news her numbers are improving. Yay Ana! And it’s worth adding, sluggish mornings are now normal with our 12 year old tween. It has just started in the last month, Cleo has also never loved mornings but lately it’s been a struggle to get her out of bed and then once she is up she’s a grump for 20-30 minutes. This morning she moped to the table and just sat with her head in her hands. If we tried to ask her a question she’d dramatically say “Can you PLEASE just give me five minutes.” And just this morning I said to Ian, “I wonder when can we start giving her coffee?” 😉 Here’s to another healing month… and I hope Ana can get her candy fix soon!

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