Saturday, June 7, 2008

Back to Children's

Last night Bill & I took Annie into the ER, because we thought her lethargy was getting worse. Preliminary tests were normal, (as they were in the endocrine clinic on Thursday) but the doctors are thinking that the lethargy may be caused by more seizure activity. The plan is to give her more seizure medicine, more hydrocortisone, and to Xray her belly to make sure there's not an obstruction.

Please pray that God would show the doctors what's going on, and what to do about it. And, as usual, please pray that Annie would be healed!



Some trust in chariots, and some in horses;
But we will remember the name of the LORD our God. Psalm 20:7


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the update, Jean. I had gotten the message that Annie was back in the hospital. I am praying for Annie, the doctors, YOU and everyone involved.

Sue Powell

Anonymous said...

Trusting in the Lord and praying,
Terri W

Anonymous said...

Oh, Dear Ones,
Gone all day yesterday and came to home to this message from Sat. AM.
Am awaiting a good report and praying all the while. You must be exhausted but we never can exhaust His love for us. May your soul's faith be strong today, by His grace.
Nan Stiglets

Anonymous said...

Aw, drat. So sorry that you're on the "treasure hunt" again at Children's. Of course I'll be praying for Annie's doctors...and her comfort...and yours. Oh, Lord, surround them with real Treasure as they look for the cause of Annie's lethargy. Love,
Beth (OT Beth)

Gretchen said...

Sending love and healing prayers. Thanks for keeping us posted. xxxooogretchen

Becoming Me said...

I just heard about Annie and am praying for her.

Anonymous said...

I am praying for Annie too... have been getting the prayer requests from two or three sources so you are GREATLY cared for and prayed for.

Sue Powell

Annie Sullivan said...

Thanks, everyone--we're still here as of Monday night--she's still lethargic. The EEG they took today was the same as the one a few months before, so that's good. The seizure meds are making her more sleepy, but that's to be expected.
I'll update the blog soon--as soon as we know what's going on.


Anonymous said...

Our horses may not get that far
the chariots' wheels may fall
Lord, only your chariot
Lord, your horses alone
Lord through dark of night
and blistering wind
and torrential rains
the light that shines
is Your son.

We can go to the cross
when no more can we bear
and we'll not be alone
for our Jesus is there

We must not turn away
from the tears we may cry
for the droplets
His face may they magnify.

Send Your horses Lord
and your chariots too
for it is only by His love
that we make it through

May your nights be peaceful
may your dreams be sweet
may you rest in remembering
the steps of His feet
which awash on the sand
as we trudged through
there was one set of prints
as He carried you.


Anonymous said...

My prayers join with all the others tonight for Annie and all of you Sullivans.

I lift up my eyes to you,
to you whose throne is in heaven.
As the eyes of slaves look to the hand of their master,
as the eyes of a maid look to the hand of her mistress,
so our eyes look to the Lord our God
till he shows us his mercy.


Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for the newer update.
Love you guys!
Continuing love and prayers,
Terri W

Anonymous said...

I so appreciate the update. I am praying still and have shared the need with friends so they can join in the prayers. I just got an email from one friend saying he appreciates the opportunity to pray for you; and assurances also from my Florida Bud that she is praying!

Sue Powell

aunt rebecca said...

never, never, never, never, never
give up...
Winston Churchill