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    The light

    Good morning Everyone!

    So its finally in sight! The light at the end of the tunnel! I set goals on what I wanted to do and smashed them so now I can go home! Thursday can't come fast enough! Thats the big day! I have to do some things on Wednesday for the pt boss and that's it.

    I had a goal set by the pt guys of walking 125ft to start off with and then a 200 ft cap with more if i could. So with a brace that is leaving bruises now and gets adjusted again today, I went over 600ft!

    Standing up and transferring with the legs on is easier and I have figured out how to sit in the front seat of the truck without G having to really help me at all.

    And the biggest was having to climb up and down stairs which i did 4 times 4 different ways! So I am including a few pics in this post and the last one is stating that I blew that s**t up!!

    Oh and the video link in case you missed it! More days of being back on Betsy coming real soon!

    Reunited! - YouTube

    Have a great day!
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    Great news WB I know that you must be real happy that all your hard work and perseverance is paying off
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    This is really an inspiration WB

    You should speak at VA hospitals and teach people to never give up. You’ve remained so unbelievably positive and strong throughout this entire process.
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    Wonderful news. We all knew you could do it and you proved it. Super glad you're finally going home.
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    That is freaking awesome.

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    You sir are an admirable inspiration to what can be done when you put your mind to it. I know it has been a long journey for you, but you kept your spirit up, set goals, surpassed them, and look where you are now. It was an ow-some site to see that big grin on your face finally getting to drive that green machine. Keep up the great spirit and moving forward.
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    Blows me away how fast you have adapted even tho I knew you could. Nothing going to stop you now with that big smile on your face!! Keep up the effort we want to see you on your tractor once more.

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    Finally - going home for good!

    And your PT boss should be so proud - you’ve set the bar really high for all his upcoming clients.
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    Good work, WB. Happy that you are finally on the way home. Less than a week now.
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