May 22nd 9:00 PST

No major updates to report other than that Will is comfortable and being looked after very well by Elizabeth and her nurses at the care home.

Denise was in there yesterday to ensure that everything was there in terms of supplies and other than a recurring slight fever (which apparently is nothing to do with external environment but a process of the brain healing) he is doing well.

One very lovely incident when Denise left is encouraging. Denise said, “I am going now Will, I love you”. And Will turned his head to press it against hers. She thought is was a fluke so said it again and he pressed his head up against hers again!  A lovely moment and one that convinces me further that he knows we are all there with him.

Please continue to keep him in your prayers, thoughts and meditations. I know he would love to hear more of your personal voice messages so please send those to the main email address so we can play them to him.

We have a long way to go and the goal is still to get him back to the UK as soon as we can by whatever means. I am still awaiting the revised costs of air ambulance from the Lucie Blackman Trust as an option, and this is because there advisors are awaiting the high resolution pictures from his latest scans.  I will of course update you all when this happens so we can make a decision on the funding.

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His private drawer of supplies.
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Some of the essentials for his daily comfort and aspiration procedures.
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Clean shaven and hair washed, listening to frequencies.

4 thoughts on “May 22nd 9:00 PST”

  1. Bless you both Nic and Denise. What a lovely thing to happen, it gives me faith that he is going to pull through. Lots of love Chrisy and Steve xxxx

  2. Yes he knows we are all out here cheering him along his pathway to the door of daylight and reality, his recent response to Denise is fabulous and unquestionably his biggest action so far, Well done that’s brills as he would actually put it himself, keep it rolling Will we are rolling with you.

  3. Great news indeed,

    Thanks Nic, Elizabeth, Denise!

    I have to admit, I’ve succumbed to despair a few times along the way, hearing the severity of Will’s injuries. Then I remember I was in a coma for a while, aged 16 (threw my motorcycle under a car and was dragged along for about 50 metres), and reported dead in the newspapers. Someone kindly managed to glue me back together though, and – well – what you see is what you get 🙂

    There’s a very inspiring, and fascinating, documentary about brain injury and recovery, which I watched yesterday. Quite moving, I found it, especially with Will in mind:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b063h17m

    You may not be able to see it if you’re outside the UK. If that’s the case, and you’d like to, let me know, and I’ll find a way . . .

    1. Thanks Mark, I never knew about your motorcycle accident. I too had a similar incident but was only unconscious for an hour or so. I will watch the documentary with great interest.

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