I promised that I would keep you all updated as to the progress of Operation Hope. I received a phone call from the Cleveland Clinic this morning. It was Gavin’s psychiatrist and he was returning my call about the letter we needed.
He said that he would have expected the letter done by tomorrow and mailed sonwe receive it this week.
This is a really big step forward because the Cleveland Clinic carries a great deal of weight and they are backing us up on the residential treatment plan. There really is really no other option.
I also got my email drafted and sent off to Dr. Reynolds, Gavin’s primary psychiatrist. He will be drafting a letter as well.
As I said, this is progress and a big step forward for us.
This journey is still very new and full of obstacles and challenge but if we take it one step at a time, one day at a time, we’ll be able to pace ourselves better.
It’s more important that we finish the journey than place, as though we are racing to the end. This needs to be done right and done right the first time.
Having said that, making progress gives us a second wind, so to speak. It makes it easier to get back up after we stumble along the way.