This may sound like a broken record, but things still remain about the same with Danny today. The neurosurgeon and nurses keep reiterating that “remaining the same” is a good thing when looking at the big picture. There continue to be small signs of encouragement that the family recognizes and holds onto. Medications and equipment continue to change each day as the needs arise, all of which helps in Danny’s healing process in the best possible way.
If things continue to progress in a positive way, they will perform a procedure tomorrow that will put in a trach and also a feeding peg in Danny’s stomach. The ventilator and feeding tube in his nose can then be removed. The doctor says that patients tend to recover more quickly and have less agitation when they remove all the tubes in their mouth and throat.
The family continues to praise our amazing God for His presence, His healing power, His provisions, and His love shared through so many! Thank you all for your encouragement and prayers. You don’t know how much it means to all of us.
Our scripture that we want to share today is from 1 Thessalonians 5:18, which reads: “In everything give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.” We thank our God for his amazing grace, for our wonderful friends, and for all He is doing in and through Danny!