Friday, February 26, 2010


It has been a pretty uneventful day. Most of the settings on the ventilator are pretty low. What Witt needs is the pressure support from the vent that helps his lungs to expand which in turn helps him to also exhale. No decisions need to be made right this second. In fact, if Witt were to have a tracheotomy it could not be done for several weeks because of just having had open heart surgery. Today he was more alert and enjoying some Olympics. He seems to have taken a liking to Women's Curling! Mrs. Anderson and her Precious Students,
Your comments today are so encouraging...more than you will ever now! Thank you for taking the time to not only pray for Witt, Austan and Melanie but also for commenting on Witt's blog. God has changed me so much through Witt's life. Hearing that God is using Witt in your lives is up lifting! God has recently made sure that I realize that nothing about Witt's life is a tragedy. A life that is used by God is the greatest success story. Witt's life is a huge success. I encourage each of you to choose Christ...choose Christ and His way of success!!


trash talk said...

These fantastic children have said everything I have wanted to and couldn't find the right words for. Their words are so beautiful and from the heart. From the mouths of babes prayers for a sweet babe.
P.S. I come over every time wanting to help y'all in some way and every time I leave being helped and blessed in my own life. Thank y'all and thank God for revealing Himself time after time.

Anonymous said...

My family continues to pray for Witt and his family, doctors, and nurses.

Amy Luffey & Family
(blog follower/prayer warrior in VA)