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What exactly is Cinco de Mayo?
Literally translated from the Spanish as the fifth of May, the day marks the victory at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862, over the French, who were trying to take over the country. The smaller, less-equipped Mexican army scored a surprise win as French troops invaded during the Mexican-French War. Ultimately, the Mexicans lost that war, and the French ruled, for a time. The big holiday in Mexico is actually Mexican Independence Day, commemorated on September 16. Yes, we agree, Cinco de Mayo is catchier and a lot easier to remember—even though it's not as important.
Update on Jessica:
Yesterday we said goodbye to Blair and his friend George. I presented him with his "coma bear". This is the 18th bear I have made since here. I think he was very touched by it. He named it "FED"- which was actually his nickname before he got ill with RSD. (FED stood for Fun-Every-Day) The hope for all patients that suffer with RSD is to one day be able to have "fun" again!
Jessica is trying every day to continue to accomplish the small steps she needs to take. We are going to try to see if we can get her to sit up better by using a medication for the orthostatic hypertension. She is currently able to watch TV - albeit for short spans of time, at low volume, and only if it is in English (which limits the programs available to watch) and no commercials that flash in and out. She has been running a low-grade fever and so Dr. "Febricula" (aka Dr. Dillman) is running cultures to make sure all is OK and too rule out infections.
Also, last night Jessica's Dad and sister Michelle went to see Jessica's doctor, Dr. Liegner, give an informative discussion on Lyme disease treatment and prevention in Great Neck, N.Y. It was good for them to see him again and to tell him about how Jessica is doing. He is a very special man to us and we are here today because of all he has done for Jessica.
Because May is designated as Lyme Disease Awareness month, and it is something that Jessica is very passionate about, please watch the following video:
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