Saturday, January 26, 2008

Eph 6:13

Today is one of those days when we don't even know what to pray for. Aaron is very disoriented and needs to be constantly reoriented. That is what the nurse calls it any way. This is a very difficult time while he is coming out from under the effects of all the sedation. He is extremely agitated and trying pull off the things that are attached to his body.

We have a limited crew here that will be heading up to the hospital. Angie is up north with the kids, John has a sore throat and Carrie is all stuffed up. Kyle and I have been taking air born and so far so good. Mom and Dad are here and feeling fine too, God bless them.

Please pray for what ever God puts on your hearts today. We are putting on the armor of The Lord and heading out.


  1. Karen McConnell10:39 AM

    Dear Sue, Angie and family,

    We continue to pray for healing, peace and comfort for Aaron. Our thoughts and prayers for your continued strength are with you and your entire family.

    Jim and Karen McConnell and family.

  2. Anonymous10:42 AM

    Angie and Aaron, Just to let you know that all your cousins in the Burton/Davison area and from out of state are keeping you in our prayers. I hope you can feel all our arms around you. Stay strong. Glad you are going home occasionally Angie to be "recharged" with your sweet babies. Kim and John

  3. Anonymous11:40 AM

    Sue and Family ~ We have been following your blogs daily - Aaron is in our thoughts constantly. We are thiking and praying for him, and you all as well, during this difficult time.
    All of our love ~ Gavin, Rachel, and Collin

  4. Anonymous5:04 PM

    As I sit here in my home, I cant imagine life there at the hospital day in and day out. You all are being so strong for Aaron and his family. Even on these tough days please keep in mind that all of us have not forgot about all of you as well. Aaron needs you all as you know, so keep up all your loving care for him and know our prayers are with you too.

    Love, Marci, Todd, Andrew, Nathan, and Brady Gruss

  5. Anonymous7:00 PM

    Sue and John,
    We are thinking of you everyday and pray for Aaron in easing his days as much as can be. We feel for you both. If you ever need someone to go to the hospital at night or weekends please let me know. We never met Aaron but we do care for him and send you all our love. Love your blog page and it sure helps keeping us informed.
    Love to all,
    Joe and Patty & family

  6. Sue,
    Please know that we continue to pray for Aaron. Try to look at it as a good sign of his strength. Asking for some peace and tranquility for Aaron.

  7. Sue,
    I've been out of town for a couple of now I pray that Aaron's eye problem has gotten better....Ronald may be moved out of ICU tomorrow to a room out on the floor. He was very confused and agitated as he came out of sedation...Toxins had built up in his body causing much of it.....

    God bless you all with patience and strength as you minister to Aaron..

    Thanks for visiting with me..Betty


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