Tuesday, February 12, 2008

One O'Clock


Yesterday they were going to try to get Aaron up to sit in a chair but at around 1pm his fever spiked again and his heart rate went way up so they were not able to. This is the third day in a row that at around 1:00pm this happened.

They have no idea what is causing it and still have not been able to locate where the infection is coming from. After giving him some Tylenol the fever breaks and he rested for most of the afternoon. Will you please join us in praying for Aaron this afternoon between 1 & 2 pm.

12 comments:

  1. HI Sue
    Can't remember how I found you but I know that God led me here to pray for Aaron. I havn't had time to read all about what happened to him but if you get time please come read my blog and see how the powerful prayers of all of these wonderful bloggers can be answered in miraculous ways!
    Your Aaron will be in my prayers today between 1&2. A verse that really spoke to me is First 1 Peter 12-13.
    God bless you
    Diane

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  2. Sue,
    It seems that Ronald and Aaron are having the same problems...Ronald was put back into ICU due to an infection that hasn't been determined.....

    I do continue to pray for Aaron, you and all the family.....

    Be strong and of good cheer because the Lord is able in all circumstances.....Betty

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  3. Angie and Family,
    I know that the days are really adding up, and that you must be so exhausted emotionally and physically, along with lonely for the kids. I think of you daily and continue to pray for you all, especially Aaron. Your good deeds on this Earth have not gone unnoticed and I have to believe faith in God will prevail. Aaron is a strong, young man and has a heart of gold. His love for the kids, you and family will give him added strength. This time of year it is so easy to get down anyway; I pray for added comfort for you all now, maybe even more, as time wans on and you feel the exhaustion set in. Spring is right around the corner and that is always a boost to everyone's spirit. Love always,
    Holly Donnelly

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  4. Anonymous1:03 PM

    I'm taking a break from work right now to say a few prayers for all of you.

    Love,
    Mary Anne Mitchell

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  5. Anonymous1:16 PM

    Angie, chin up girl. Aaron has made great progress before and he will again. All your extended family sends their love and prayers to you and Aaron and the family. Kim and John

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  6. Anonymous1:39 PM

    Oh I am so glad I checked in when I did...of course I will join you in prayer.

    I hope things improve...

    God Bless,
    Kathy :)

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  7. I'm a little late in reading this post, but will be praying for Aaron today, and you as well. :)

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  8. Sue,
    I will pray for Aaron for certain. I am praying for God to give you continued strength to be there for him as well. I will again ask my blogger friends to join in prayer for Aaron. I truly believe in the power of prayer.
    Hugs,
    Rose

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  9. Hello Sue, my name is Amanda. I have come here via Rose @ Classic Charm to offer prayers for your dear son Aaron. Please know that I am keeping your family in my thoughts, and lifting you up in my prayers.
    Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)

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  10. Hi Sue,sorry to hear of Aarons set backs,I hope they get to grips with it soon! Not sure of the time difference but will check it out so that we too can add healing thoughts at that time and pray he gets better soon!love from Kathyann and the girls

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  11. Anonymous5:05 AM

    Sue we definately will be praying for Aaron today between 1&2. We will be traveling today and will be home on Friday. Going out of town for a few days, but will not be far away. Aaron will be in our thoughts and prayers daily. Just know God will answer our prayers for Aaron. We love you all and take care.Give Aaron a kiss for us.
    Love, Jim and Joyce

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  12. dear sue got your blog address from kyle the other day wanted to let you know all the guys at the redi-mix plant and our customers are praying for aaron. we are looking forward to his return to us he is like a brother to many of us here.my family prays every day for aarons recovery. you and ron should be very proud of your children.you both did a wonderful job raising them.please let aaron know we miss him and are thinking of him every day and we all say hi see ya for now. mark newcomb

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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