"Listen to the mustn'ts, child. Listen to the don'ts. Listen to the shouldn'ts, the impossibles, the won'ts. Listen to the never haves, then listen close to me... Anything can happen, child. Anything can be." - Shel Silverstein

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Please pray...




Tomorrow is Marissa's bronchoscopy, tympanostomy and hearing test. I am asking prayers for several things. Please pray...

1. for the procedure to go well and for Marissa to recover quickly. While this is a routine procedure, she has to be under general anesthesia, which always carries its own risks.


2. that she passes the hearing test with flying colors.


3. that the ear tubes do their job.


4. that the doc downsizes her trach and allows us to start capping. This would be a huge step toward decann (getting the trach out). Jeremy and I feel strongly that she is ready for this. She has shown us several signs she is ready and we also have very strong mommy and daddy gut feelings.


5. for a restful night tonight. We have to get up very early tomorrow morning to be at the hospital by 5:00. The procedure is scheduled for 7:00 a.m.


Thank you all in advance for your prayers. I will update as soon as I can tomorrow

3 comments:

dreambuilder87 said...

Our prayers as a family will be with you for a safe and positive outcome to all procedures tomorrow. Also know that the Pagosa prayer chain will be notified today for tomorrow. Take comfort knowing that Marissa is surrounded with an army of prayer warriors! We love you! Hug Risaroo and give her a kiss from Nana and PaPa.
Love,
Nana

Faith said...

WOW!!!! This could be a BIG day for you guys (well it is a big day but I mean you could receive REALLY big, WONDERFUL news!!!!)
We will be praying and anxiously awaiting the results!
Jen :)

Anonymous said...

Of course my prayers are with you! I wish I was there with you. This is a little late to be checking this, but sleep well all of you and know that God has you in his arms right now.
I love you guys and crossed fingers and toes and prayers are with you.
Love,
Auntie Chelle