Well, it was bound to happen eventually. I miss Erin. I'm not lonely, but I sure miss my wife. We did everything together it seems like. We had a lot of plans together. So many things are up in the air now. I do not know what the future holds for us and that's tough to think about. I was sitting with Erin tonight and it was almost as if she knew I needed her today. She kind of half way opened one of her eyes. I'd like to think she was listening to be ramble on about the last few weeks, filling her in on the dogs and her friends. Hopefully as this goes on more light will be shed on Erin's condition and the doctor's expectations of her rehabilitation.