Friday, January 16, 2009

Yea, it's Friday Jan. 16th

Will hasn't been feeling that great today. He has some major aches and pains (and for all you funny, funny people out there---no they aren't called Tom). He's feeling a little bit better right now when he went to bed. Dialysis was slept through and they took 2 1/2 liters off. But he feels a little better tonight and tomorrow will be a good day. He should have a great day because he will be sleeping on his special bed tonight. He said it feels so good.

We have guests coming up and seeing Will this weekend (different ones every day)so we should have some great pictures. We might even get Will to go out on a little outing. We'll see. By the way, yes I am still staring at him not really believing he's home. It won't ever get old, I don't think.

Pam, happy, happy birthday but I guess by the time you read this it will be a day late. I hope you had a great day.

God bless


Adam, Summer, & Noah said...

It's so good to see you guys all home together. Will keep up the good work. Terri go Christmas shopping already. Tom don't harass everyone. Summer (IMCU)

Coach said...

Will, we all know who is causing you the aches and pains. One is called Terri and the other Kim.
I hope you enjoyed the new bed. Did you ever get Kim out of it before midnight ?
Have a great day and get your workout in.
See you this afternoon.

Miss W said...

Glad to hear that new bed is working for you. I'm sure that Bella is happy as long as there is enough room for her.

An outing . . .Go, Will, go! Just keep pushing yourself to succeed. With every milestone you reach, you get stronger and stronger. We couldn't be more proud of you.

Thanks for the b-day wishes--surely you don't remember something like that. It was a wonderful day and right on time as I tend to celebrate my special day for about two weeks. Friends are such amazing people. I love you, one and all!!! You make me who I am (even you Randy).

You and yours continue to be a prayer priority for healing. God does perform miracles, and I think Will has many miracles coming his way.

A little extra prayer for my sick little one and her family on the East Coast since I know they read this blog!!!


Erin Williams-Bryant said...

I'm so glad you are home and getting into "normal" life again.
Keep it up!