Wednesday, September 9, 2009

What There is to Tell

Is there really anything I can say at this point? Well, I can start with this...thank you, Mon, for updating my dear audience. Thank you, audience, for all the prayers. I have felt them down to my core all day. I sort of feel like I just won a Grammy and am thanking all my fans!! But that's not the case now is it?!

I do not have much to update right now. Daniel, Monica, and I went to dinner, which was a nice break. They say now is the time to be "away" since she is under such intense care in the PCICU. So, I took the advice and headed out. We also attempted a run to Gigi's for some delish cupcakes...but no such luck. Yeah sure they had Pina Colada and Caramel Sugar Mama but that was just not my style! Maybe we will have better luck tomorrow.

What's that you say...? You want to know more about precious P?! Oh, so sorry. Well, while we were out to dinner, my parents went in to see her and got some grim news. I said some, not a lot. Her fever was a little elevated. I suppose nothing to be concerned with. She is in such a good hands that I am not worried at this time. I have not been back to see her since we have been back from dinner (I had to update my blog peeps, right!).

So, I will make my way back there now and let you know if there is anything to report.

Thanks, all, for the prayers!!! Much love!!

5 comments:

Melissa said...

I guess I am a friend of a friend of a friend of...and so on. I am praying for your little girl and the family I can't imagine what you are going through. Several of my friends have seen a post about your girl on facebook and they are praying as well. God is holding your little girl close and is taking good care of her. My prayers are with you and I will watch your blog to see how she is doing.

Sara said...

Praying that the fever goes down quickly. Glad you were able to get away for a short bit. :)

Anonymous said...

Hi, I am a friend of Monica's and I also have a little girl (she is two now). My heart goes out to you! My little girls also has a VSD, but thankfully we have been monitoring it since she was a baby and it has gotten smaller on it's own. I can not imagine what it must feel like to go through all of the surgery and waiting and not knowing. I will be praying for your little girl and your family.
--Wendy Bach (and Jenna)

The Writer Chic said...

Love you, sweet friend. I'm so glad that you are allowing me to take this journey with you and Ah-Pesh. ;) See you in the morning.

EJ & Ellabird said...

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family! I'm also a friend of Monica's and thought that me and my 6.5 month old should come over and show our love <3