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Posted 2015-03-06T22:55:36Z

Last day at Zale

Carey walked to the gym this morning in his new brace and walker, and he had a final turn on the treadmill with Edward and Kristi. What a great team! Everyone at Zale is so dedicated and fun to work with. Even the "Nazi's" 馃槈. At the end of the day, Edward personally delivered Carey's blue socks! The wheel chair is in the trunk and we are ready to head out tomorrow. Can't wait for the "pack" and our own space. We still have a long way to go, so stay tuned...will try to continue to document Carey's road to complete recovery.

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Comments (9)

  • brenda jo breen
    brenda jo breen

    Here's to blue socks and 100% recuperation!!

    5 years agoReply
  • Melba Fenwick
    Melba Fenwick

    Thank God for answered prayers! I am so happy you are getting to go home! Yay! God Bless and have a safe trip home!

    5 years agoReply
  • Jack Covington
    Jack Covington

    Yeah !!!!!!!!!! Blue socks are the uniform of the day :) Great news Carey, looking forward to your arrival tomorrow. I saw the dogs in your backyard this afternoon and told them you were headed home. Have a safe trip. Jack

    5 years agoReply
  • Doris

    I knew Blue was a good color for you. Keep them on!

    5 years agoReply
  • Rhonda Covington
    Rhonda Covington

    Great job Mr. Coffman, I KNEW you would be on team blue before you left Zale's. WTG! Have a very safe trip home you two and be ready to get loved and licked beyond recognition. I know 5 tongues and tails that have been practicing their greeting.

    5 years agoReply
  • Cheryl Callis
    Cheryl Callis

    BLUE socks. Good Job. Safe trip home.

    5 years agoReply
  • Mary Robbins-Van Meter
    Mary Robbins-Van Meter socks!! Be safe traveling home. I know the pups will so glad to see you. Love you so much!

    5 years agoReply
  • Darlene Brooks
    Darlene Brooks


    5 years agoReply
  • Betty Jo Gigot
    Betty Jo Gigot

    Safe trails home my friend. Proud of you.

    5 years agoReply