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Super men – Ariel’s Physiotherapist has introduced boxing into the rehab programme – which our son enjoys as well (Ariel nearly fell over with this hit because his balance is still limited).

We still have daily carers twice a day for Ariel’s personal care & were sad to have a favourite carer finish up recently.

Super girls – We have celebrated another birthday this week and the girls enjoyed having their faces painted at Koorong Bookshop as part of the celebration.


Super grateful – Ariel had 2 falls again at home this week and we are thankful that he did not hurt himself badly.

Super-annuation – Thank God for the many people who have filled out the many forms required for Ariel’s superannuation claim (he was covered for permanent disability). Please pray that the assessment system will be fair and God’s will be done in regard to the claim.

Super Magda- We met with the Case manager for Ariel’s parents (Magda) and are grateful for her and for your prayers. House help should begin in the next few weeks.

Super Saviour – we’re so glad to be in the intensive daily grace of Jesus and part of his “rehab” programme!


“The sun comes up, its a new day dawning

Its time to sing your song again

Whatever may pass, and whatever lies before me

Let me be singing when the evening comes….


Bless the LORD O my soul, O my soul,

Worship His holy name.

Sing like never before 

O my soul,

I’ll worship your holy name.”


“10 000 Reasons”  by Matt Redman – a song we’ve had in our heads this week.





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