February 14, 2011

Monday February 14, 2011 8:00pm

Our new normal is starting to settle into normal. It's strange how normal two weeks ago can so quickly change into a new and completely different normal. We are still figuring out some of the details, well, a lot of the details. But we are doing well. I even remembered Valentines Day! Being in the dog house right now would not be good!

We do have a small step to report for today. The CT scan revealed that the swelling is gone, and the pressure on the brain is gone. Everything looked good to the neurolist today. Praise God. This will allow the brain to continue to heal.

I am pretty wiped out right now, so no deep inspirational thoughts. Just keep praying. Thank you.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's awesome...the neurologist's report and that you remembered Valentine's Day ;-) We will continue to pray for more progress everyday! Rest well! We love you guys!!
The Mann's

Mr. Don said...

Good news about Garren's Brain swelling going down. We are still praying. Let us know if you guys need anything. Geoffrey would like to come out maybe Saturday and visit with Garren if he can.

Tasha Via said...

That is wonderful...no matter how small of a step that is! Love you all:) Sleep well tonight.

Anonymous said...

Glad to hear the good report of Garren's CT scan. Continuing to keep you all in our thoughts and prayers.
The Skinner's

nathan said...

Great news Geoffrey. We will continue to pray for Garren and the rest of you. Know you are loved, get some rest.

Diann said...

We are so happy and I look forward to continued prayer groups this week....I don't think I've known a time in my life where I've seen God's glory in such an amazing way....I will thank God generously this week for the medical staff that are taking such good care of Garren. We love you guys and continue to pray for a complete recovery. Stay strong physically,mentally, and faithfully for your boy. And please tell Garren the Harvey's said "Way to go....we're so proud of your strength"

Anonymous said...

Geoffrey It's OK God understands 'wiped out'
May your sleep be peaceful and strength giving for another day. You are all loved
Carol Taylor

Anonymous said...

One small step today, one yesterday, so from a positive perspective, I'd say that's two steps ahead of this time last week. Prayers, prayers, and more prayers! Rest peacefully. In for the long haul, In His love, The Sisk Family

LolaandStan said...

We're praying.

Anonymous said...

Great News! We Pray that Garren continues to recover.
The Howeys

Anonymous said...

Awww! Awesome! Prayers of strength! Happy Valentines to you all!

The Lloyd's

Anonymous said...

No swelling is good. Let the healing continue. Tell Garren that I love him and I miss him already!
Love, Aunt Paulette

The Hutaffs said...

Praise God from whom all blessings flow! We continue to pray for continued healing!

honey49966 said...

We give our God Praise for every small step. We must remember, our time is different then His. Our bodies are very intricate creations and only He knows all the details when it comes to fixin us. We continue to pray for Garrens complete healing. And praise God for every small step along the way. We love you all and will continue to stand right beside you with all the love we have to give. Sandra & Rich

Anonymous said...

That is great news! We will keep praying....love Sandy & Russ

Chris Drain said...

Garren & your family have been in our prayers. We're thankful for the small steps and blessings, and will continue to lift all of you up in prayer. The Drain Family

Anonymous said...

GOD IS GOOD!
i will keep praying

Anonymous said...

Thanking God for every little step and for the swelling to have decreased. Praising him for bringing the body of Christ out in abundance to pray for precious Garren from all over the world. Thank you, Geoffrey for keeping us updated and being so open. We'll continue to pray for Garren's healing and will continue to lift you all up for peace and strength.

JpJfsMama said...

We are still praying for Garren and for your whole family. You all are an inspiration just in who God made you to be, words or no words. Thank you for sharing this journey with us, and know that you are not alone. God is with you, and your entire church family as well.
-The Waldron's