by: Manuel Bojorquez Updated:
SNELLVILLE, Ga. - As crews work to quickly build a new addition to Aimee Copeland's home, her father writes that she is hard at
And he said her positive attitude continues to shine.
"She never slowed her pace, she never complained and she even laughed with us as she went through her
Andy Copeland's update also served to say
Pulte Homes is donating the construction of a
It will be two stories, and include a fitness room, residential elevator and other features.
Crews were already hard at work Wednesday, getting ready to pour the concrete for the foundation.
Pulte Homes wants to complete the project within 40 days, just in time for what Andy Copeland calls Aimee's "graduation" from rehab.
"It's important to us that once Aimee completes her treatment she can come home to have a comfortable place to continue her recovery here," said Ryan Lewis,
Aimee Copeland underwent multiple amputations as a result of a flesh-eating bacteria she contracted after cutting her
Since then, she's defied the odds and continues to improve.