Out of ICU

Mei-Ling is now out of ICU and in a room on the surgical floor.  She even sat up for a bit today.  When I arrived to see her this late morning, she was eating some pizza !  The strength of this child is beyond remarkable.   Even when they were doing something that caused pain, she didn't cry, but only said, "ouchie, ouchie, ouchie"   I brought her gnome pal Gorman along with me.  He is the little gnome doll I made a couple years ago, that is responsible for magic around here.  He leaves notes, he bakes cookies at night and all sorts of amazing things.  Today I finished the sweater for Turte, his new little friend.  I made her mittens and hat while Mei was in surgery.  Good way to pass the time.   Tomorrow she will have new pants and some "fur" boots.  I pray that tomorrow be a better day for out little angel, and that the pain is less and less.  They hope to have her up walking a bit tomorrow, so it will be a big day for her.  CT scan was great today, the Doctors were all well pleased.    Thank you again for all your prayers and healing thoughts.  

Comments

It is so good to hear your news of how well she is doing. I keep praying for Mei! Along with so many, many others.
Susie said…
I live in Maryland and I am just a random blog reader but I too have been praying for your sweet granddaughter. I thought about her a lot on Monday. Glad to hear she is doing so well and hope everyday brings more improvement. The power of prayer!!
Rosemary said…
I will keep praying. All children are gifts from God, but Mei-Ling is a very, very special gift.
So glad Mei-Ling is doing well. I see her appetite is back!! That's a good sign. I will continue to pray for her complete recovery.
God bless, Kathy in Illinois
aimee said…
Very happy to hear this good news:)
Blessings,
Aimee
PS: Love the gnomes--you are definitely an artist Patty.
What great news. What a strong, beautiful child-both inside and outside.
Praying for a quick recovery.
nancyr

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