Coming Home

Aidan returned home from the hospital this week. His pain is controlled and Garreth and I have gotten more comfortable taking care of him with his leg braces. Our homecoming was crazy wonderful, like so many aspects of this building project. The UNH students were here just finishing cleaning the construction mess from the previous weekend. That was a HUGE blessing. It was really great that they had a chance to meet Aidan. I pretty much love that there was at least one Type A student among the group who did this to our fridge (see the chip clips):

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On friday some friends came over and stripped the old roof off.

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Today was another big work day complete with snacks brought by one of my singing sisters and her daughter:

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We had many volunteers working on windows, sub floor and even more demo:

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Here’s proof that even Liam got his nose out of his books long enough to help:

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Special thanks to Hall Brothers Roofing for coming out today to make the house watertight for the big storm headed our way.

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About Heather Bowie

I’m the mother of two wonderful boys and have been married almost 20 years to an amazing Irishman I met in a castle. Our oldest son Liam loves to read and run. Our younger son Aidan loves to drive his power chair and socialize. Aidan has a rare genetic disease (PURA Syndrome) and Epilepsy. This blog was birthed out of the desire to tell our story, and in doing so, appreciate the journey.
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