You can hear the relief in his voice. Tony is just ecstatic that Janet is doing so well. He said she's made leaps and bounds in the last 3-4 days. Janet does pretty well when she first wakes up, but as fatigue sets in so does some confusion, which is to be expected, I would think. It was the lamictal withdrawal, according to Janet's psychiatrist, that caused the seizures and she is back on it now. They don't know how long she will be in the hospital, but Tony is hoping only another week or two. He said there will be a lot of PT and he's not sure if she'll have to be in a rehabilitation center for that, but we're hoping that she can go home and have PT come in. That would be ideal. They're reading all the cards and letters that everyone has sent to Janet and I know they have been a source of comfort to everyone. Tony said she moves her arms and legs a lot more during her sleep than awake - that she's really restless in her sleep, but she is using her arms more. PT is working with her in the hospital. As soon as she is able they will bring in a laptop for her. Tony talked about the board gathering next year and they're both planning on being there. He gave the phone to Janet and I talked to her for just a minute. She's still having trouble talking and swallowing from having the vent in for so long, but it was sooooo good to hear her voice. She's asking for diet coke. Guess we know what to get her for Christmas!