When Mr. Morris first arrived, he presented with severe left side neglect, was unable to walk or dress himself, and was in pain. But Mr. Morris arrived with his sense of humor and work ethic intact. Throughout the rehabilitation process, he continuously provided encouragement for himself, other patients, and all therapists involved. He was known for “hollering” across the gym when someone was successfully climbing the stairs, fist bumping fellow patients during exercise group, or providing a serious talk to patients about hard work. We are not only thankful that Mr. Morris was able to go home with his family, but we are thankful that we were a part of his rehabilitation process.