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  • #31
    He is doing great. They took his trach out. He is talking fine. His face looks really good for what it went through. We were able to spend about 40 minutes with him. Loved every minute of it. I shared everyones well wishes and loves. He said to tell everyone thanks. He has walked alot in the last couple of days. He is doing his exercises like he's supposed to. His spirits are up. Many visitors helps. I didn't want to leave, and I wanted to hug him so bad so I kissed his arm and rubbed the top of his head. His appetite is coming back and he requested his Dad's famous chili. He should be able to get off the feeding tube soon. His hands are in bad shape and painful. But he has a great outlook on his progress and the future. Mark and Val are doing good.
    Richard Vilvens
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    • #32
      Excellent news Rich!!!
      " I just found out my nest egg has salmonella"



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      • #33
        Update on Josh Sailer From D. I talked to Mark before Debi showed up! He's tired but proud of Josh! He had ate chicken noodle soup yesterday and is very tired. He has been religiously at Josh's side every step of the way. When Josh is released, he is going to Stockton so he can go to Pshy. Therapy at Kaiser there. Mark is glad to have Mike Little Motor home, to "get away" for a bit each day" and to sleep in at night, away from the sounds of the machines and the smells that keep you awake. Please keep Mark in your thoughts too, as well as Jake. It's been hard to them too!
        Richard Vilvens
        Brand Ambassador
        PSA Capricorn USA
        F-18 5150
        http://www.capricornsailing.com/
        http://www.sailblogs.com/member/capricornusa/
        R.Vilvens@yahoo.com

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        • #34
          These things are certainly hard on all family members. Josh is lucky to have a supportive group of friends and family to ease the pain
          and tribulations associated with his accident. Thanks for the continued updates.

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          • #35
            Jacob Sailer
            So Josh is doing good. He's drinking eating trank is removed talking and walking. His face just looks like a bad sun burn but his hands are going to take time to heal.
            Thanks every body for visiting cards and everything else.
            Richard Vilvens
            Brand Ambassador
            PSA Capricorn USA
            F-18 5150
            http://www.capricornsailing.com/
            http://www.sailblogs.com/member/capricornusa/
            R.Vilvens@yahoo.com

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            • #36
              GREAT NEWS ALL!!! Josh Sailer is being released today!!!
              Richard Vilvens
              Brand Ambassador
              PSA Capricorn USA
              F-18 5150
              http://www.capricornsailing.com/
              http://www.sailblogs.com/member/capricornusa/
              R.Vilvens@yahoo.com

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              • #37
                Very nice!

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                • #38
                  Fantabulous!

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                  • #39
                    great news. always great to have friends, family and others visiting. hope he has a full recovery. now the difficult part: therapy!! gotta go it no matter how painful or hard it seems! great updates. great fin to a bad event

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                    • #40
                      Josh is no longer staying on the boat. He had moved even if temporarily to Stockton to lie with his father and his fathers girlfriend. They will be helping him through the therapy part of this ordeal. As of this time a decision of what to do has not been made with the boat.
                      Richard Vilvens
                      Brand Ambassador
                      PSA Capricorn USA
                      F-18 5150
                      http://www.capricornsailing.com/
                      http://www.sailblogs.com/member/capricornusa/
                      R.Vilvens@yahoo.com

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                      • #41
                        From Josh.
                        I am not doing to bad. 19 day and out the hospital. It hurts but I can handle it pretty good. Just glade to be alive. Thanks again to every one.


                        Hands don't look to bad. They hurt. But it ok.
                        Richard Vilvens
                        Brand Ambassador
                        PSA Capricorn USA
                        F-18 5150
                        http://www.capricornsailing.com/
                        http://www.sailblogs.com/member/capricornusa/
                        R.Vilvens@yahoo.com

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                        • #42
                          Looks painful from here! Best vibes for a healthy recovery! Being alive and in pain is way better than the alternative!

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                          • #43
                            aaaaah the things guys do so they'll have a fabulous tale to pick up sailorettes with!! you'll heal just fine. attitude is everything and YOu seem oto have it!! glad it wasn't more serious! now go home and HEAL!!

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