Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Fully off the nitric. O2 sats hover around 96 percent. Dr. Sharma has said that the surgery may actually cause him to be bluer post-op. Continue to pray for his lungs, as well as the surgery ahead.


Anonymous said...

Dear Larisa and family,

I can only imagine what you are going through. But Sharron and I did experience a serious situation with one of our children, so I do know to some extent. I also know that words are really not sufficient at a time like this.

The human spirit is strong though. My thoughts and heart are with you during this time.

Everyone here at work is pulling for all of you and for the success of Levi's surgery today.

Phil King

mburgin said...

96% is great - GO LEVI!! we are praying without ceasing... please tell him how much we love him!


Proxy said...

I told Mason that Levi was in surgery and asked if he wanted to pray for him again. He said, "No, I think we should sing the Jesus song." Jesus loves me this I know, for the Bible tells me so, little ones to him belong, they are weak but He is strong...maybe children know better what children need?:)Sending song and prayer your way!

~jen and mas

gosoonersjy said...

We just met at our church to pray for "Tim-oh-tee." Asking God for healing. We are hoping and trusting with you,
Jami, Rachel, ROsie and Lawrence Coleman
Miss Felicia Whitworth (children's minister)
Mika (good friend) and son Noah (3 years old)
Jackson Swopes (2 years old)
Ed Poblete (missions minister)