Miracles of today:
-Totally done with IV
-Sooo grateful I can put natural solutions on Maxs feet and in his air (I feel so empowered when I listen to the dr & nurses each day and address potential issues before they turn into issues)
-Third times the charm on successful life without a catheter (I’m confident those muscles will be ready with a little more distance from sleepy meds and a little Juniper Berry support)
-Lungs are getting stronger and stronger. Hoping for oxygen free tomorrow
-Physical therapy is kicking all of our trash (despite his incredible courage- this hurts- Max cries a few times and then I find myself tearing up. It is easier when Max is in the therapy gym thinking of how he can strengthen and encourage others
-We are processing this experience and the real emotions that come with it one moment at a time (sometimes talking through it, praying a lot and breathing in lots of aromatics, and sometimes just distracting Maxs mind with a phone call or a movie when he needs it)
-Love & gratitude to a loving Father on Heaven who loves us enough to give us this experience.
-Grateful to hear and follow the impressions from within. Without a doubt, the capacity I call upon the most to make decisions is intuition. I do my due diligence, we do projections, we do a bit of research to get the facts. But at the end of the day, the driving force in our life comes from listening to that inner, instinctual voice. Our natural knowing that isn’t bound by logic, fear or past experience. Thank you for natural knowing!!
-Hallelujah that when a nurse says MRSA or pneumonia or whatever else they inevitably will say in their sick care process that we do not identify with it and roll forward trusting God and the process.
-Countless amazing nurses, Drs., physical therapists, burn care team, and so many more! Amazing angel care here makes each moment more human and doable.
Please pray for Max’s legs to be strong and done cramping, body to remain strong (especially lungs and swallow for real food tomorrow), for max to believe that he can do it all 🙂