Wanted to give you an update. First off I can’t thank you all for so much love and support over the past few days. The five and a half hour surgery went very well and now it will just take some time to get back on my feet.
Tomorrow I go under the knife to have my femur rod taken out and another put in as my femur has not healed. We face challenges everyday but how we look at it can change our lives for the better. I can’t be more grateful for how well I have healed so far. This is just one more step to 100%. Life is a gift and I am thankful.
I have a lot to be thankful for. I want to thank St. Mary's Medical Center, The EMS, trauma team, nurses, family and friends, and my amazing doctor Rami Joseph Elkhechen for getting me to where I am now. My friends at Juvent Sports for their amazing machine, speeding up bone growth.
You can never have to much fun! Pro riders Evan Netsch and Damien LeRoy try to tame the whales. Whales can be unpredictable so it was quite hard for the two kitesurfers! Kiteboarders ride Whales from Damien LeRoy on Vimeo.