Joey Feek Leaves Hospice Bed to Play With Daughter After Being Previously Unable to Do So

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It's good to see Joey Feek out of bed again.
As the country singer's cancer battle progresses, her husband and collaborator, Rory Feek, posted a new photo on Friday of Joey out of bed and helping their daughter, Indy, learn how to sign.
"It's 60 and sunny outside today and even brighter inside," Rory wrote. "Joey's out of bed teaching signs to Indy on the floor."

This is even more heartwarming when you consider that Rory wrote in late November that Joey was, at the time, bedridden.
"Though now, she can no longer get out of bed - she is so sharp and clear and her pain, for the most part, is so under control by the medicine that talking to her -- you would think she’s her normal self," Rory shared. "Thinner. Much thinner. And with a hip new hairdo. But she is beautiful. So so so beautiful."
This week, Joey was moved to tears after learning that Rory and Joey had received a GRAMMY nomination.
"...woke my bride up this morning with a baby in my arms and the news that our version of "If I Needed You" was nominated for a Grammy," he wrote. "As her excitement and tears flowed into mine. She said, 'how can that be?'"
"....the song received no radio airplay... no press... no critical acclaim... and the only music video we made for it was to celebrate the day our little Indiana was born," Rory added. "God is so good. Thank you, thank you, thank you."
So amazing.
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