Saturday, February 9, 2008

Back on the Full Therapy!

I am now doing all the coffee enemas and all the juices. While on hiatus from the coffee enemas, the only real difference was that instead of waking up in the middle of the night to internal stinging that requires an enema, I was instead having difficulty falling asleep due to aching in my backside, and would be up until 2, 3, 4 or 5 am. So, it seems the coffee enemas are an effective form of pain management. I am happy to be back on the full therapy.

Again, the hardest part about being on the full therapy is not being able to do my own therapy and to have to see how hard Daniela is working to keep up with my therapy and take care of the kids at the same time - Beau is now 14 1/2 months old and very active and requires a lot of attention.

The folks who regularly help out at the house are still coming around and THANK YOU to those of you who are able to fit us into your schedule. You are a huge contribution to our lives and this therapy simply would not be possible without you. And, as always, if you are not signed up on the schedule but you are available to come to the house and help us out for a couple of hours during any given week, we would greatly appreciate your assistance. We are clear we have taken on a massive project and without the dough to pay a staff or multiple family members nearby to support us, we find that what works is to humble ourselves and request your support.

If you have a couple of hours you can share with us, just click on the following link: or click on the paragraph entitled Bert Scholl Family Support on the top right corner of this blog. We know your time is valuable to you, so we are deeply grateful for your assistance and thank you for what ever you can provide. Not to mention that we are certain Beau will keep you well entertained while you are here! And one more thing, if you care for some coffee while you're here, we'll let you use a mug - buckets are optional!

We hope to have another live-in-aide in early March. Thanks a million!


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  2. Edited comment posted by Karen:
    P.S. to anyone considering helping out: chances are good you'll get to spend your time playing with one of the most adorable and hilarious little babies you could ever want to meet. Plus, if you're lucky, their 10 yr. old might be around. Ask him to do his "bad actor" routine--SO funny.

    You guys are such a great family, it's a pleasure to be around you. Thank you for letting people you hardly know into your lives!