Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Words Are Not Enough


They put Aaron back on some sedation because he was becoming agitated, now they will reduce it gradually. The main IV line that is going into his leg seems to be bothering him the most so today they will move it to his other leg after they do his dressing changes.

He is now able to communicate a bit with hand gestures and facial expression. When his cousin Steve stopped by for a visit yesterday Angie said that he was able to get a little smile out of him. He has a lot of medicine in his eyes, but he did have them open some yesterday and he was looking right at Angie for quite a while when she would talk to him and his eyes would follow movement which is a very good sign.

I wish I could come up with other words to thank all of you because mere words do not convey our gratitude and belief that were it not for all of your prayers we might be facing a very different outcome to all of this. Thank you, thank you, thank you..........................................................................
God bless you all,
Sue

5 comments:

  1. Sue,
    Thinking of Aaron, you and the entire family....Betty

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  2. Glad things are looking up, Sue. What an ordeal for your family to go through. Still praying, God will see you through.

    xo,
    RHoda

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  3. Anonymous4:45 PM

    Ditto on what Betty said..I check in daily !

    Take care Sue...
    Kathy :)

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  4. Sue, PLEASE tell Aaron that he and all of you are in our daily prayers. We look forward to seeing he and the girls out at the lake this Spring/Summer to do some fishing. Tell him we will save him a spot on the lawn to watch JoLene's 4th of July fireworks.
    Sincerely, Ron and Beth Sendre

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  5. Just checking on Aaron today. Thank you Sue, for keeping everyone updated. We are checking here on the site or with Dad and Mom everyday on him.

    Ron W. and family

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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