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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

5:30 AM visit

He was asleep for most of this visit. He woke up when I slipped in, and startled awake a couple of times when different machines in the room made noises. He said he will be glad when he is off all the medication; especially the pain medication. He thinks he will be back to a regular hospital room later today.

He is hoping the tumor doesn't require any more treatment so he can fly home as soon as possible.

He did have a CAT scan last night, but we won't know the results until later this morning.


  1. Sounds like he's getting through that wake-you-up-every-hour first day after surgery pretty well. Thank God! Hopefully, he can get more rest in the coming days (& you can too)! Still praying!

  2. Thanks so much for doing this blog for us who are far away. It wounds very promising. Prayers have helped Tony and all of you through this. Prayers are still coming from all over the world for Tony and his family.
    You all are in our thoughts & prayers.

    Love & Prayers
    Aunt Karen, Uncle Frank

  3. Fly home???? - Are you bringing him home when he gets out?

  4. Still praying! Thank the Lord that all of this has gone smoothly so far!!!
    Is he coming home to AK?

  5. Wow just found this out through the school. I will mention it tonight a services in the Valley if they do not know. I hope all continues to go well and our prayers will be with you all.

    Lei Loni Bowlus
    Valley congregation