She is progressing well after surgery. She still has another 3 weeks of non-weight bearing. They will then unlock the brace (hopefully) and she will be able to drive again. She is doing 1 1/2 of pt 3(X) a week. I leave school, pick her up from home, driver her to pt, go back to school, work some more, leave, pick her up, take her home, go back to bb practice---whew---glad this is the last day of school until Jan. 5. She has an appointment with the VA on Monday to appeal her EPTS injury discharge. She definitely didn't go into the army with her ACL ripped off the bone and a torn meniscus. Hopefully the appeal will work and she can get her medical treatment covered. Her medical bills right now are close to $60,000. I feel like they should at least cover her until she can get on her feet again. Right now she is destitute and dependent on us for everything. And that makes my little Miss Independent very depressed. She's cried more over her loss of dependence than she has from the pain. She has applied for unemployment, but hasn't been approved yet. She has a packet and called in, but there is an issue that no one in the local office knows how to fix. She has been seeing some friends and beginning to develop a social life again, but she is still very isolated. Ex is back in town after his accident in Texas. He flew in on Monday. We went to see him today. He sent me several texts while he was in the hospital that he loves her and wants to marry her one day. I know she loves him too, but I also know until he grows up some more that she will not even consider getting back together. Neither can drive, so unless I carry her there or his mom brings him here, they will not see each other much. He has about a year of healing to do before he will be back 100%, as does Jana. So, all in all, things are good with her. She is positive and upbeat 80% of the time. I will be glad to have some time to spend with her the next few weeks. I have not had much time since she got home because of work and other obligations.