Wow...their gona have to hook me up to an IV if we keep going at this pace! At 7:30 this morning transport was here to take Rick for his swallow test. We had to go across the street to x-ray, but we didn't load in an ambulance to go. When this hospital was originally built it was called Gaston Episcopal Hospital, and they built a tunnel under the road over to the big Baylor hospital. So, it's quite the little journey, but Rick was moved to a gurney and literally "ran" over there. He did very good with his swallow test and has earned pureed food and nectar! Thank you Jesus! He will continue to have peg feedings as well as they evaluate his calorie intake. Then OT came in and got him dressed, brushed his teeth and got him in his wheelchair. I took him downstairs and we sat outside on the patio for about 45 minutes. Now, we're waiting on PT treatment. After lunch we will see OT again, and then neuropsychology.
God is good!
Thanks for the encouragement...I have something to post this afternoon that I read in my Bible last night about "encouragers"...that would be all of you guys!
The kids are doing well in Seymour...thank you to everyone who has taken an interest in them and is helping. Going to school will be much easier for them because so many have taken the time to get to know them. Hopefully the kids will be coming up tomorrow with Kim and Phillip.