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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

He is pretty out of it today. He did eat a little breakfast which he hasn't lately. We have liquid medications now since he was having trouble with pills sometimes. He says he hurts so we have given him some extra pain medication.


  1. We have never met, but were given your blog by Charles Moore. We are praying a peace and comfort for all your family. We pray you get some more good days to visit.

    Tom & Suzie Catchings

  2. Christine pointed me to this blog today. Tony is such a great guy. I met him when he visited Roy Justus and Christine Baldwin at Freed-Hardeman; we all went to an Avett Brothers concert together. Even though I was only around Tony one weekend, I consider him a friend - so genuine, caring, open, and enthusiastic - with evidence of strong commitment to Christ. Super encouraging :) Know that my prayers are with Tony and with you all!!

  3. I am praying daily for Tony and for the family. I'm not giving up praying for his healing. I pray that the peace of God that passes all understanding rules and reigns in your hearts by Christ Jesus.

  4. Dearest Neal, Sherri, Randi and blessed Tony, We do so thank God for your strength and courage which you have shown in the past months. We pray for the courage it will take for Randi to say goodbye to her brother - how difficult it is for one so young to experience and understand. You have touched us all with your love and spirit and we are filled with pride that we are part of your lives. Our prayers continue for many of Tony's lucid moments so you may share those in the days and years to come.

  5. Human words are so inadequate. I just pray for Tony's comfort, as well as comfort and peace for all of the family. Much love, Pattie Parks
    Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort those who are in any trouble, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God.
    II Corinthians 1:3,4