Monday, May. 27, 2024

First Message From Courtney Dye

For the first time since her head injury, Courtney Dye was able to personally update her website. She wrote:

Hello everyone!

Thank you for your cards, goodies, flowers and emails! I’m sorry I can’t respond to them all, but please know I am getting and appreciating all of them.

PUBLISHED

ADVERTISEMENT

For the first time since her head injury, Courtney Dye was able to personally update her website. She wrote:

Hello everyone!

Thank you for your cards, goodies, flowers and emails! I’m sorry I can’t respond to them all, but please know I am getting and appreciating all of them.

I am awake and tube free now! For those of you worried that I am becoming depressed, do not concern yourselves; I had to take a test on if the reason I giggled so much was a disorder! It is hard for me not to giggle when I’m struggling to do something that was once easy for me, like walking, talking or eating!

It’s difficult not to be sad when I think of how much it sucks what happened to me, how much I am missing out on etc., but I have become aware that I am not only lucky to be alive, but to have all my memories (except the final few days) and senses in tact.

I am very lucky to have the constant support of family (including husband—thank you, thank you, thank you!) friends, and dressage enthusiasts.

Much love and appreciation to all.

Ckd

ADVERTISEMENT

 

Dye remains at the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation (N.J.) as she continues her recovery process. 

Cards may be sent to Dye at:

Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation
1199 Pleasant Valley Way
West Orange, NJ 07052

Email messages of support should go to comebackcourt@gmail.com  

A medical trust fund has been established for people who wish to contribute. Any funds not used for Dye’s recovery will be donated. Donations should go to:

Courtney King Dye Trust
Law Office of Elizabeth Clarke
Equine Business Institute
P.O. Box 286
South Deerfield, MA 01373

Categories:

ADVERTISEMENT

EXPLORE MORE

Follow us on

Sections

Copyright © 2024 The Chronicle of the Horse