Wednesday, December 22, 2004

A rough road ahead

David has been in the hospital for the past 15 days.
Today was the first day that he was cranky. Well
deserved, I say, and well earned!! He was
uncomfortable and very tired and the doctors and
nurses kept coming in and pulling tubes out, sticking
tubes in, changes bandaged, etc., etc. I was there
for 3 hours and only got to see him for about 15
minutes because of all the mini procedures. I stuck
around late in the day so that I could spend more time
with him. We actually got a whole hour in later. It
is all good, he is progressing remarkably and tomorrow
will be a better day.

He is on the long road to recovery but as my friend
Rachel said, "it's better to be on the road then off
of it." Indeed!

Love to all,

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At 2:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nancy what are you doing up this late? I'm glad to read your message though; I only wish we could be back up there to help out and to comfort you. Please let us know if you need any long distance help, other than our prayers. We haven't stopped praying and thinking about all of you since this started.

Love to you all,

Frank and Linda

At 8:13 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did you ever think that "cranky" would sound so good?

At 9:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nancy - a long road ahead, yes, but one I know you are ALL grateful to be traveling FORWARD on...

"Happy the man whose heart can rest,
Assured God's goodness ne'er will cease;
Each day, complete, with joy is blessed,
God keepeth him in perfect peace."

May David feel some of this peace amidst the constant activity that seems to fill his day. Each day will bring a new step of progress for you both! Keep the faith. And try and get some rest - that was a late (or early depending on how you prefer to view it...) posting! ACL

At 11:30 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow! Three hours of poking and prodding would make me more than "cranky"!!! Yikes!

At 11:39 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


Please take care of yourself! David is in safe hands and now.


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