Saturday, April 12, 2008

Saturday Afternoon Update

Lindsay DID NOT go back to ICU last night. She is still struggling with a rapid heart rate. She seems to be improving, but is not showing much emotion. She is beginning to eat more and the kids were able to take her out of the room in a "wagon!"

Don't stop praying and keep the blog comments coming. They will be a big encouragement to Laura, Jon and Tanner.



Anonymous said...

It means so much to get your updates. Continuing to pray.
Hey, gang, watch those "wagon" rides. No pushing her down the hall. :)
Love and hugs and prayers for all,

Anonymous said...

Agree with Miriam that it is so good to get the updates.
We love you all. Know we will continue to support you in prayer and in any way we can.
So glad Jan is able to be with you.
Lindsay is a very blessed little girl and we all are blessed to be among those who love her.

Susan M. said...

Bill and Zach - glad you made it home safe and sound. Thanks so much for keeping this updated. I usually check a few times each day to see if there's anything new. Glad to hear of the progress Lindsay has made and praying for a speedy and complete recovery. Praying for ALL of you!


PS - No popping wheelies with the wagon... :-)

Anonymous said...

Good to hear Lindsay was able to go for a ride down the hall. You will all continue to be in our thoughts and prayers. Lots of love and hugs sent your way! The Randolphs

Anonymous said...

I have been praying and checking the updates as regularly as possible - I even got the computer guy at work to unblock the blog site so I could check it from school. I can't wait to see you guys this summer when we are in NH!

Love, Jen

Anonymous said...

Hello Jon, Laura, Tanner, & Lindsay,

Hannah stopped us yesterday and said, "Don't you think we should pray for Lindsay today?" "Of course we should," Greg said and we all stopped what we were doing and prayed. 1st Greg prayed then Caleb, and then Hannah...she remembered her friend Tanner and asked God not to let him be scared or sad...Hannah always has thought of her friends and how they may be feeling. We ended with my prayer and then Hannah says to all of us, "Ok now maybe Lindsay will feel better today." We asured her that God was listening and Lindsay will feel better soon.

Please know that you are in our hearts and always in our prayers.

Greg, Carrie, Caleb, Hannah, & Isaiah Terry

Anonymous said...

Love keeping up with all thats going on. Have tried several times to leave a message and was not successful! Just wanted to give you some verses: Isa.58:9+11 Then you will call and the Lord will answer; you will cry out and he will say : Here am I.
The Lord will guide you always; He will satify your needs in a sun-scorched land and will strengthen your frame. You will be like a well-watered garden, like a spring whose waters never fail.

Laura and Jon just know that He is with you and you can rely and lean on Him!!! Love to you both and hugs to Tanner and Lindsay from miss Bambi

Del said...

Dear Jon, Laura and Family,

We appreciate "Lindsay's Blog". It enables us to pray more specifically. Right now we are praying that the heart rate will adjust to the optimun rate. We are also praying that the rate of the leakage will continue to reduce until there is no leak and Lindsay is fully healed. We praise God for the huge strides of progress to date. Uncle Del & Aunt Gwen G.

Anonymous said...

Hi, Lindsay ... Pop Pop loves you a bushel and a peck and a hug around the neck ...

Anonymous said...

Hi Laura and Jon and Tanner and Lindsay-

We're praying for you Lindsay- SLOW down!! How many times do we say that to our kids? We're praying for her heart rate to slow down and the other healing aspects to kick into gear this week. We'll be praying for all of you as you begin your second week.

Bill, Jan and Zach- lots of prayers during this time when you are apart. Bill- I am so proud of you staying overnight!! What a proud PopPop! Hugs and prayers to all!


Aunt Sharon and Uncle Matt

GarretJulie said...

Miss you guys! Get better Lindsay! Love you, Aunt Julie