Well she's certainally not letting the wheelchair get her down.
it's coming up to three months since the crash.
And she's doing a heck of a lot of walking these days- not if we're going out somewhere like...out- she couldn't walk very far but she's getting around nicely- thanks for asking.
Her prom was a couple day's before mine, I wheeled her up the road at about lunchtime to get some shoes and she pulled out an old dress that since she's got so skinny- fit again, and that was that.
I liked em quite a lot- pity she's a size smaller.
If you didn't know- you wouldnt would you!? doesn't she look fab?
Notice your necklace Crystal b ?
I'm not kidding but she's not taken it off once- seriously, along with her cross it has not been off once since she got it, not to sleep, wash..nada. you made quite an impression- consider this her thank you.
she had a brilliant time at prom- her fantastic head of sixth form- hopefully to soon be mine too, came round for a cuppa tea not long after she came out of the hospital, very surreal.
She made sure to get Oli her ticket sorted, and that there was disabled access to the prom for Oli- they all cheered when she wheeled in.
Raving in the wheelchair...I don't recommend it...but she does.
End of the night.
sooo...she also got inked, my parents do not like tattoo's, but like the generation we are, we all do, but there was not much my mutti could say to a tribute to Jack...he's got about half the population of middlesex with a tribute to him by now...and she was well enough about two weeks back to get it done...it's freshly done in these pictures but the colour is better now, and I think it's nice, my parents dont, and I can't bring myself to say what my mutti thought it looked like, but maybe you can guess, but to clarify it is a bullet with a J in it, they called Jack bullet because he was speedy and his head was shaped a bit like one. the charmers.
So now I've finished plastering photo's of Oli's hip all over the internet for anyone to see I can show you guy's some more fun stuff's.
don't the leg's look good, she has got a lovely pair of leg's does my Oli, we found out two day's back during an appointment with her consultant that she will need another operation sometime next year to remove the metal rod that run's the length of her femur, She has some other jazzy stuff in there holding it together but if left in the bone will grow around it, which could cause major problems if ever (please no.) she was in another accident.
So that's cheery, and we're a bit miffed, because we didn't know it wouldnt stay put, but wayagunnado?
so we're living by this mantra.
Until next time my sweethearts,