Speaking of Rehab Dr.'s the last time we were in Utah was November so that meant it was time to head back already. It's not so bad going to Utah I honestly enjoy the short family trips. We appreciate the help people offer with the hotel and meals. Also the community there is amazing! They follow Hailey's page and when they find out that we'll be down they invite us to have dinner. Pepper's Cantina heard Hailey was coming down and invited us to the restaurant. They told us that they'd take care of us and our meal and it was great!
See what I mean about an amazing community? It's not just where you live either. I know a person I communicate with through Facebook and even though she is going through her own trials she still asks me if there is anything she can do for us or if there is anything that Hailey needs. It means so much to me that she offers this. I wish she lived closer, I know we'd be great friends and a great support to each other. We don't get this in Las Vegas. We get stares when we go to malls and Hailey's in her walker, we get in arguments with people who park in handicap spaces that don't have placards (yes this happens often!), we hear the whispers when Hailey isn't cooperating and cries. If there was a job for Josh is Utah, I'd say LET'S MOVE! They even have Katie Beckette Medicaid! I'm also not saying that Las Vegas is always a pain, just 85% of the time…LOL!
Josh of course wanted to look at the golf store next door. Poor guy, I feel like he's torturing himself. He LOVES golf, but NEVER gets to play. If he's not working, he's at the gym or with Hailey or at an appointment for Hailey. When Hailey was born, he said he'd teacher how to golf. Not saying he couldn't still do that, it'd just be harder then it should be. Hailey would be all for it.