He’s a fighter.

It is really hard to see a relative at their weakest, especially one that’s very proud and when they’re young. His condition is improving but there’s a lot of pain and both his hands are in casts so he’s pretty much dependent on nurses or us to help him out. Even just to wipe his brow or get him a sip of water. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised but it was hard not to break down when I saw him. Aside from being scraped up his legs are fine so he was able to stand and get out of bed but the pain in his shoulder was too much even with a sling.

I really don’t know what else to say. It’s just a matter of time.

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2 Responses

  1. Lindsay says:

    Thinking of you and hoping yo’re okay. Rest up, dear.

  2. Everett says:

    You’re a great little brother going to see him and support him. I’m sorry it was hard. Let me know if you want to hang out this week. Maybe a little Ab Fab or a movie?

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