We have a new president and we should all pray for him and the United State of America.
Enough of politics, Will is doing so good today. He stayed in the chair for about six hours, he stayed off the vent about 10 hours. What fabulous numbers that is. Coach came up and visited with Will and they had a great time. Will went down to the therapy room with Coach, Grandpa and Grandma, and Tom and rode the stationary bike for five minutes. It took a lot out of him but he has made such good progress in just a day or two. I can't wait to see him tomorrow. Even though tomorrow is dialysis is tomorrow, I expect to see a different guy than I left on Sunday. I am going up about 2:30 so I can be there for a care meeting and discuss what's going to be happening with Will. I will stay for a while for a good visit and then head back. It is so wonderful to have him so close.
I went to vote after school and then I went to my old church for their election day dinner that the Methodist church holds every election day. I think half the town was there and I haven't been able to see very many people since I started living back in Idaho again. It was so fantastic to see everyone. Many, many people told me that every morning they read the blog and then pray for Will. It just boggles my mind how much love surrounds Will (and Will's family) and how many people know, without a doubt, that the reason Will is still here and fighting is because of that love and prayers and by the grace of our almighty God. God put these wonderful people in Will's life to be able to help strengthen him and us and we will never be able to say thank you enough.