Along with her personal violin concert today (see previous post), she also had a visit from the Ashley Fire Department members who rescued her. We are so grateful to them.This is also the group that sent her a bouquet of silk flowers because they knew she couldn't have real ones in her ICU room. Wish I'd been in the room when they came by so I could thank them personally. We'll have to figure something out.
|silk flowers from the fire department - is that sweet or what?|
One thing we have finally done is to create a book in which visitors can write her notes, as I don't think she's going to remember much later on. It's nothing fancy, just a hardcover sketch book, but it's the notes that will count. People have been so kind. I've glued in a few of her cards, too.
Tomorrow she has a tracheostomy at 11AM; Friday will be another procedure. Big surgery after that - maybe Monday? I don't think they'll do that over the weekend. I will be so happy when she is finally out of the danger zone; wondering when that will be. Thank you for your prayers; please continue.