Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Merry Christmas and Happy Birthday

I'm a little late with the Christmas wishes, so Happy Belated Christmas to you all. Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas full of family and friends.

Corbin was delighted that Santa got him what he asked for - lollies and lego, but I'm still waiting on Santa to deliver legs that function properly for my dear little boy.

I ask for them at every opportunity I get and even though I know in my head that the arrival of functioning legs is a work in progress through ABR, there is always that little part of me that longs and prays for "total healing of every joint, every muscle, every part of his little body" - yes a miracle ....

Today is my birthday and once again, as I blow out the many, many candles Miss Livee has put on the beautiful carrot cake (my favourite) she has made me, I will make the very same wish....

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Photos from Singapore

I am having trouble viewing the assessment DVD from Singapore to refresh my mind and to give a progress report and photos of Corbins improvements so I thought I would divert for a week (or maybe two as we draw near to Christmas and all the hype and busyness that comes with it) and post some photos from our trip to Singapore (the holiday part anyway!!!)
The first is my water baby having a ball in the hotel swimming pool. He was seeing how long he could hold his breath underwater. He got to 16 seconds which I thought was quite impressive.

And of course Universal Studios Singapore - a real hit for Corbin and Mum alike. My favourite part was the "Revenge of the Mummy" ride and of course posing with the hot "egyptian" !!!

Thursday, December 2, 2010

A much needed boost of motivation...

It has been a very long couple of days. Corbins assessment on Wednesday, which I must say he was a star, and then the workshop and training today, followed by another couple of hours filming. We finally got back to the hotel at 9.30pm and Corbin was shattered.

I'm so grateful to have been given the opportunity to come to Singapore and have the "brilliant" Leonid give Corbin a very significant and extensive assessment for the purposes of training and information. Over the past 2 days I have been given so much education, insight into Corbins "condition" and instruction my brain is overflowing with information and my motivation levels have sky rocketed again.

We have another day in Singapore tomorrow then head home on Saturday. When I get home and get organised I will post details of the assessment and Corbins progress.