Monday, March 28, 2005

Monday March 28th, 2005 (March Madness)

Sorry I haven't been real good at keeping everyone up to date. This past month has been crazy. Cass had his scar tissue removal surgery in his airway on the 14th and everything went well. In fact we got the go ahead on his stomach surgery and hernia surgery. Since then he had a problem with his hernia which we couldn't push back. He also had an episode of apnea and a short stay at the hospital where it wasn't determined what was happening and why he's having so many episodes. Today was his scheduled appointment for his operation for his Fundoplycation (stomach surgery to stop his reflux and aspiration problem) and his hernia/ascended testicle operation. After three hours the good doctor finished and so far everything seems to be going well. He's just alittle groggy, uncomfortable, and just wants to sleep, in his bed. But he'll have to stay at the hospital probably until next week to recover. He'll have a nice long scar across his belly right under his rib cage to remind him of this experience. He can tell old war stories with his friends. We have been blessed with the good care he has been receiving and couldn't ask for any better. Thank you all for your words of comfort and love. We rely so much upon our dear friends and family, we don't know how we would handle it without you all. And of course how could we do this without our Father in Heaven.


Blogger Luke's Mom said...

Hi Kris,

I know that I haven't written in awhile but I do keep up to date on Cass. It is so wonderful to see the pictures. I was showing my little boys the picture of him with the chocolate face and they got a big kick out it.

I'm glad to hear that his surgeries went well. How have you handled having him back in the hospital? Luke's nuerologist wants to do a 24 hr. video EEG on Luke, but the sound of going back to the Hospital makes me want to cringe.

I will try to give you a call someday to talk, I would love to hear how other things are going in your life. I continue to pray that God will heal Cass, for we know that nothing is impossible with God.

Love in Christ,
Sue Searles

March 30, 2005 at 12:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for the update. Praying that Cass had a speedy recovery from his surgery and is doing well. God bless!

April 17, 2005 at 6:35 PM  

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