Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Bones, Babies and Bombay Grill
The biggest milestone of the day was that he was officially moved from the care of the trauma team to the rehabilitation team. (Sigh of relief).
Griffin gave Seth all sorts of advice. We discussed which is preferable--to have people ask about the prosthetic or ignore it. He said both take getting used to, but he probably prefers being asked and has a list of great stories to tell how he lost it, including having it bit off by a shark--which really did happen to a Marine here, so I it's OK to borrow it.
Many people have asked what they could do for us. Seth gave me an answer today. He said, "Keep Bombay Grill in business! If it's gone when I get back, I'm going to be so bummed!" So there you have it. You can consider going out to dinner at an excellent locally owned restaurant an act of service for a wounded soldier. It doesn't get much better than that.