I actually remember several things about this day. First, I remember my sweet friend, Holly, coming to take care of me so Tim could drive to Lakeland and pick up one of our sons from college for Thanksgiving break. First, she took me on a walk outside. I really wanted to feel the sunshine, so she dragged a wheelchair with us in case I needed to sit down and away we went. I walked the whole way, but then used the wheelchair to sit in the sun. I remember tears just streaming down my face as I raised my face to the sun - it couldn't possibly have ever felt that good before! When we returned to the room, she knew how incredibly disgusting I felt, so she devised a way with the wheel chair backed up to the shower in my room (that did not have a detachable shower head) for me to sit back in the wheelchair while she used a cup to wash my hair! There were such knots in these locks from being in bed for almost a week without it being washed that she had to keep trying more and more conditioner to get the knots out, but she was fast and efficient and tenacious, and before I knew it my hair was clean and tangle free! What a huge blessing! We used these large body wipes to clean the rest of me, and I started feeling like a human being again! My husband arrived with our son, Noah, and took over so Holly could go home. We visited for a while, and then they also took me for a walk outside. Once again, I found tears streaming down my cheeks at the beautiful feeling of the warmth of the sun on my face. Another thing I have taken for granted every day! I don't remember much about the rest of the day, but I'm grateful I remember these highlights - so much to be thankful for!