Saturday, August 12, 2006

PICU, ROOM 8

PICU, ROOM 8


We've moved in. Since Jason works from home, he is able to do some Internet work while hanging out with Noah. We are grateful God opened the door for him to work for a great company in England, working from home. We have the smallest patient but the biggest room in the PICU. It even has a full bathroom, though we haven't bathed in days...cleanliness is overrated.

(*We found out after we moved out of the PICU that Room 8 was usually reserved for fatal patients.  I think it was a good thing they didn't spring the "fatal" part on us right off the bat!)

4 comments:

  1. Hi Graves Family.
    I am a friend of Amanda Cook's - she passed on your information so we could pray for you.
    My name is Jill and I have been so moved by your blog and wanted you to know that I will be praying for your little Noah. Having a little man of my own and one on the way, I can only imagine the heartache that you have gone through. But praise be to God that He is the ultimate Healer and I pray for his continued strength and peace for you all during this time. God Bless you
    Jill Tallents(Husband Ross and Wyatt)

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  2. Thank you for your "blogministry"...it is inspiring to see your faith and that of others in action to advance the Kingdom and claim the healing of precious Noah.
    Always expect great things from God.

    Stevan Phillips

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  3. Graves!

    Kelly and I just read the updates, and would agree that Noah is one handsome young boy! Know that we are continuing to lift you guys up in prayer during this time, especially that God would strengthen Noah and yourselves as well, hopefully you are all getting enough sleep.

    We are planning to check in on you guys this week, let us know if you need us to pick anything up for you guys...Thinking and praying for you all!
    Love Brian and Kelly Zibell

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  4. J and Ade,
    You are in our prayers every day. We wish we could be there to give you a hug. :) We are putting a copy of a CD in the mail for you today. Annie calls it her "shalom" music and has listened to it since birth. We pray it will bring peace and the presence of God, as we trust in his healing power.

    We love you, Darren and Janelle

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