Monday, February 5, 2007

More Positive!

Last night the nurse continued to drop the sedation and mom was able to see dad open his eyes again for about 35 mins. I came in this morning to talk with the doctor and they want to take him off of his sedation meds all together if he will tolerate it. I got to see his eyes too this morning. He was blinking a little. He still didn't respond to commands from us or the doctor but this could take time. The doctor ordered a CT scan for this morning. Mom is VERY hopeful. Please continue to pray! The question was asked to the doctor" when can we expect to be hopeful and think positively about dad moving out of the critical state?" and his response was, "when you see him out of the ICU!"
After we get the results back from the CT scan, the doctor would like to see dad stable with his numbers being down for 48 hours. We are not sure what this next step is, just that whatever it will be will happen in 48 hours...or Wednesday morning (hopefully). Please continue to pray...with hope..that dad will be able to respond to commands soon (although dad has never been one to take commands :) ) we will try to have an update for you later this evening.

-A

15 comments:

Bendi said...

AMEN!! God IS GOOD!!

Anonymous said...

God is GOOD!!!!!! I will continue to
keep praying for all of you!
Love Amy and Isaiah

Anonymous said...

Dear Maley Family,

We will continue to pray for all of you. We're so thankful that you've finally received some positive news.

God is Good all of the time!

May God's best be yours,

Rosa and Ken Liston

Anonymous said...

We're so thankful for your Dad's improvement and that he has been able to open his eyes. God is so good and He loves us so much. You continue to be in our thoughts and prayers.
Ron and Minda

Anonymous said...

This is awesome news. I am so glad you got to see Jim open his eyes. Let us know how the CT scan comes out.

Love to all,
Theresa J.

Anonymous said...

Maley's

We are thankful for the encouraging news and want you to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Thanks so much for the blog updates, it really helps us know how to pray.

Dennis & Patty

Teresa Adams said...

Maley family - Woo-hoo for this terrific news!
Thank you so much for your diligence in keeping all of us updated. It means so much. As others have said, continual prayers are being offered for Jim and all of you.

Anonymous said...

VERY COOL!!
thx :)
will just keep right on prayin'

Anonymous said...

My dearest family,

How joyful and thankful we are that God has seen fit to give us this encouragement!! We are so blessed to have each other, our loved ones and friends who have without ceasing beseeched our awesome God in behalf of Jim. We are amazed and humbled at God's grace and mercy and the love of all of you.

May God be praised!

Jim and Patty

Anonymous said...

Hi Maley Family,

What an awesome God we serve.
It gives me incredible warmth on a very chilly day to hear good things. Sue, your story about your grandson's asking Christ into his heart is very humbling. You and your family are in our hearts and prayers. Jim, we look forward to hearing your laugh !

Love The Gallagher Family

Chris said...

Jason and Family,

Megan and I are so glad to hear about the progress of your father. We continue to read about it on a regular basis. We are very hopeful for Jim and the family.

You guys continue to be in our thoughts,

Chris & Megan Hoff

The Hansen's said...

An answer to prayer--Sue, we are so grateful that you got to see Jim's eyes!! We will continue lifting Jim and all of you up in our prayers. Praise God from whom all blessings flow!

Love,
The Hansen's

Robb and Malissa said...

So glad to hear some progress is positive! Take comfort that there is an end in sight.We have continued to keep you in our thoughts and prayers, it's hard not to think of you and your family durring this critical time.It seems you are always on our minds. We just think so much of you and all that you continue to go through.We will be praying for miracles to happen !!
God Bless, Robb, Malissa, Alivia & Madaline

Anonymous said...

Oh my, what great news! Jim was able to opened his eyes. Sue, what a blessed answer to your prayers. I am so happy for you. Keeping you all in my prayers.
Love,
Merrie

Anonymous said...

Hello to all!!! Hope all is well and getting better. It is what we have all hoped for. I do still reminesse about the times we laughed, learned, danced, and embraced each other. I am honored that God brought us all together, and will keep you all in my heart for safe keeping. Thanks for touching my heart!!!

Sandi LPN