Monday, December 1, 2008

Monday, Monday--First day of December


Here's the chauffeur, Will, taking his little cousin, Rustin, outside for a stroll. Needless to say it wasn't too long before Rustin and Will had to change places, but it made for a good picture. It was beautiful in Boise after the fog left this morning and we did get Will out for a few minutes to enjoy the sun. Otherwise it was a lazy day for Will. He was sleeping most of the late afternoon away when Aunt Karen came up to see him. Sorry about that, Karen. Sundays are his hardest because of the need for dialysis. So if he can sleep, we let him.

Tom came back from Hagerman around 6 looking rested. He rode his horse today so he's ready for the week to come. Grandma and Grandpa Atwood should be back from Reno tomorrow evening. It has been so great having a home to go and a wonderful bed to snuggle down in the evenings. We can't thank them enough.

So now it's starting another week and we are getting closer to getting him home. We don't know anything though. We should hear something the first of this week. We'll let you know.

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This is something very important!!!

Sarah, this is for you.....

Happy anniversary to you

Happy anniversary to you

Happy anniversary dear Sarah,

Happy anniversary to youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!

This is Sarah's one year anniversary for her new lungs. Remember last year folks, how sick she was and how much everyone prayed for her to get a transplant. Then, miracle of miracles, she got her lungs. She didn't just get her new lungs, she blew everyone out of the water with her post transplant recovery. I think it was 11 days and she was out of the hospital. Sarah, ur da man. We are so happy for you and proud of your progress. I will update everyone on what she's been doing next blog. Also, we need to remember the donor's family and pray for them because they are going through a totally different anniversary. Because of their unselfish gift of life, Sarah is with us today. I hope we are still spreading the idea of organ donors around. Thanks to them, and thanks to God.

Happy Monday and God bless

2 comments:

Haneys said...

Glad you got some zzzz's yesterday. That's how Sunday's should be, relaxing. And, here we are, Monday morning. Hope you have a good one today, Will. I'll be thinking about you. Also, why no pic of Ruston skating on the pole...I should've had a look-see before we left. He had so much fun with you and Aunt Terri coloring, sharing and skating. Love you all!

Miss W said...

What a picture! Even if it was for only a short time, it was progress indeed. You'll be out of there in no time, Will.

Here's to a great week!

Pam