Thursday, January 24, 2008

Peace


Dad and John are going up to the hospital this morning to help with Aaron. After being taken off the sedation he is understandably agitated. I won't go into all the details but you can imagine how frightening it must be. Aaron is 6'3" tall and very strong even in his condition and little Angie, his nurse and I were very busy yesterday. He wants Angie with him all the time so it was very hard for her to leave last night when visiting hours were over.

We ask that in your prayers today for Aaron you would ask our heavenly Father for peace for him so that he can sleep and that his body would heal.

Aaron's room is filled with pictures, posters, cards and a huge stack of e-mail's and your blog comments. Early yesterday morning, before she went to the hospital, Angie went to Meijer's and made big posters with pictures of the kids and bought a 3 ring note book for us to put all your messages and prayers in. I have been trying to keep up with printing them all out each night so that when Aaron is able he will know how many people were pulling for his recovery. Please know that every one of your messages of encouragement and offers for assistance are so precious to all of us and all of your prayers are what is getting Aaron through each and every day.

Most sincerely,
Sue and Family

13 comments:

  1. Anonymous8:03 AM

    Sue,
    We have been following your blogs regarding Aaron (Steve has been following from Sweden where he has been working). We continue our prayers, not only for Aaron, but Angie, the kids, you and John and all the rest of the family. Stay strong and let us know if any of the cousins can lend a hand doing anything.

    love,
    Steve and Mary Anne

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  2. Anonymous9:31 AM

    Sue,
    I have been following your blogs and have had Aaron and your family in my prayers. Mark said it was great to talk with Kyle last friday. I want you to know the whole town of Mt. Pleasant is praying for him. You are so blessed to have such great friends and family. Don and I will keep all of you in our prayers. Gloria Sowle

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  3. Anonymous9:38 AM

    We will continue our prayers.

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  4. Anonymous9:53 AM

    Sue: We have been following Aaron's progress through your daily updates. We received a call last week from Donna & Jimmy telling us about what happened. He is our always in our thoughts and prayers.
    Uncle Bill & Aunt Dorothy White

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  5. Sue, I haven't been visiting lately and see that you have some trying times here. I will pray for Aaron, too and pray for God to restore his health and make him better again.

    Love to you,
    Becky

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  6. Anonymous12:35 PM

    We have been thinking about Aaron and his family daily and praying for his recovery.

    Linda and Tony Clouse

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  7. Hi Sue. I'll continue praying for Aaron. Psalm 91 is what I am praying for him. Rhondi

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  8. Anonymous12:39 PM

    Aaron & Family. After hearing what you have been through, we encourage you to be strong and let all the extra prayers guide you to a full and fast recovery. My daughter Lauren who plays with Riley at school says prayers for all of you every night. If we can help out in any way, let me know. We are all thinking of you.

    Abe & Misty (zeneberg) Pasch

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  9. I'm so sorry for what Aaron is going through. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I can't believe all he has been though.

    I don't know why your blog hasn't come up on bloglines for me... sorry I didn't comment earlier.

    Take care!

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  10. Anonymous7:40 PM

    Sue,
    Wendy Endres sent Todd and I your blog, we have passed it on to many other friends wondering about Aaron. Let him know that we are praying for him every day and we want him to know that so many people ask about him every day wondering how he is doing. He has many prayers being sent to heaven, so we all hope for a fast and full recovery. All our Love Marci and Todd Gruss.

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  11. Sue,
    Yes, I do pray for peace and rest for Aaron....

    Ronald, the man that I mentioned to you, is agitated because he can't communicate also....

    We gave his wife a journal for her, the children, friends to write notes for Ronald....a log of phone calls, etc....a daily progress report....hopefully when he is well, he can look back and see the concern and prayers for him...

    Please drop by my blog...I have something for you.....Betty

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  12. Aaron,
    God grant you peace and courage through this ordeal. Blessings are sent your way for a smooth recovery. Please know that so many people have you in their thoughts and prayers.

    Sue,
    So happy to hear there is light at the end of the tunnel. Please know that we continue our prayers for Aaron. I'm back to normal now...a few days of flu, but I bounced back.
    Hugs,
    Rose

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  13. Hi Sue, my goodness you are one amazng lady. You are keeping us all up to date whilst all this is going on.

    Aaron we are all thinking of you everyday. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Keep on fighting. And we know each day little by little you will get stronger and stronger. Your family loves you so much.

    Jenn and Jacqui

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Thanks for leaving a comment. I so appreciate it when you take the time to leave a bit of encouragement.
Hugs,
Sue