Dear Prayer Group,
I just got back from Mexico celebrating the blessed sacrament of marriage with one of Kalli's best friends. We had an absolutely wonderful time. It gave us the break that was long needed. Now, sorry to keep you waiting, my Christmas wishlist:
Therapy bolsters, which are vinyl cylinders about two feet long and about 8 to 10 inches in diameter. They are used mainly for putting underneath my knee while laying on the mat to do knee extension to strengthen my quads.
Half Moon Bolster, which is the same thing but cut in half so it is no longer a cylinder but a half circle.
Examples of both bolsters can be found at this website:
Natural Fit Balancing Disk, examples can be found at this website: http://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&keywords=balance+disk&tag=googhydr-20&index=aps&hvadid=4307659997&ref=pd_sl_dr4uajjpp_b
Dumbbells 12lbs and 15lbs, preferably coated in rubber
Large free standing mirror for checking position and posture while standing, walking, or doing any number of exercises
YMCA renewal membership (received a six month membership that will be up in December, and I need a new membership so I can continue swimming once or twice a week for therapy with my brother. It is also a great place to practice walking longer distances, especially with the winter and all of this snow.)
Spinergy wheels for my new wheelchair, if it ever comes. Insurance doesn't want to cover spinergy wheels.
Digital Camera with video record - to take pictures of my therapy and video for me to watch to see my posture and positioning. Also, for posting updates.
WiiFit, a Nintendo Wii fitness game.
Golden Ticket to Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory
2009 xstar Mastercraft Wakeboard boat for when I am back up on my feet
I don't know what you guys have in mind but thank you for even the thought of filling Kalli and my Christmas with a little more cheer.
And for all of my readers, I had a week long break from therapy while vacationing in Mexico. I will give an update sometime soon after Christmas on my progress and what's going on in my life.