Sunday, July 02, 2006

New month, continued healing

Andrea continues to go to MDA everyday, get a blood draw, receive fluids and then additional medication as needed. It takes about 5 hours and sometimes longer, depending on her blood levels each day. This weekend she was able to bring fluids home with her and I hook up a portable pump for fluids to run for 4 hours each day. Hopefully, Andrea will be able to do this more and more. It is such a long process that takes a lot of patience.
Thank you so much for your patience in continuing to pray for Andrea. She says she feels the power of prayer, and knowing that each of you continues to do that is awesome and reassuring. God bless you.
Love to all,


Gay and Doug Young said...

New month, new blessings,new answers! God is so faithful. We love you all and continue to pray for Andrea, especially, and all the loved ones around her.

Our on-going love and prayers--Gay and Doug

Aunt Peggy and Uncle Dan said...

Here in Mississippi prayers go up daily for Andrea. We talk about her so much her ears probably burn! Ha....I would sure love to see J. and Andrea this summer. Keep the messages coming.

Anonymous said...

Andrea, it is awesome to hear you feel the power of our prayers. I have ask (I'm sure many others also) OUR Father many times to reach down and touch you. To know HE is hearing the many prayers for you is powerful. Stay strong!

Your Brother in Christ!

Anonymous said...

Andrea, Hope you and all of your loved ones are having a great 4th of July gathering today! So glad to hear you are able to be home now for some of the treatment. You and your family support groups have blessed all of us in many ways throughout your healing process than you will ever know..thank you all for sharing God's blessings with us. We continue daily in prayer for you Andrea, love, mBeyer

Carolyn Frazier said...

Dear Andrea -- what a schedule!!!! I know it will be short-lived, and you will be free from the daily rigors of MD Anderson, and dealing with all of that from home. You are my little beacon, and your light continues to shine. I will be in Ohio for the next week taking care of Frosty's mom, and I won't have computer service but please know that my thoughts and prayers are always with you.



Janet Holley said...

How exciting it is to hear about Andrea's progress. She will be a true testimony of how prayer works. I too, hope to see J. and Andrea this summer.

Anonymous said...


keep laughing at anything you find humor in. take care.

Mark Jensen