Tuesday, January 12, 2010

We had a very special visitor today to lift Markys spirits. As you can see by the picture....Sammy and Marky were so exited to see each other! Sammy has made sure Markys room is child proof and checked out all the new gadgets. (This place is better than McDonalds playland to a 5 year old)


The mood in Markys room today is very upbeat, if not totally silly :). The new therapy seems to be doing wonders for Marky. His nausea is less, his spirits are lifted and he can sit up in bed by himself....there has even been talk of the dreaded "walk" today. We will see!!!!!! Take that back the nurse just came in and we are clamping the tube and going for a walk to the playroom. Marky is all for it.....this is a major moment! We will keep you updated on how far we make it.

Thanks again for your support......your prayers are paying off!


6 comments:

Debbie said...

Wow! It's great to see a little life back in him! Have fun in the playroom! You deserve a fun day today. Hope it's a great one. Keep getting better!!
Hope to see you soon.

Anonymous said...

Lynette, I don't even know what to write except that I am hopeful that Mark will continue to improve now that they seem to sort of know what is going on. I can't even imagine what you all are going through. Please know that we are thinking about you and wishing you all the very best. Shana and family

Erin said...

Oh, this is wonderful news! That picture of Marky & Sammy is so great! Marky, I'm so glad that you are starting to feel a little bit better! Good luck with the walk! We're still praying for you out here in cold Ohio!
Love,
your favorite cousin ;)
Erin

Anonymous said...

What great news Lynette, I hope Markey continues to improve. Sammy looks like he would brighten anyones day!

Take Care,
Rusty

bbqhuff said...

Weeeee heeeeee! Glad to see a smile on that face! XXXXOOOOO
Barbie

Anonymous said...

Dear Lynette and James,

Thank you for the cute pictures of Marky and Sammmy. Those faces are priceless....that's what life is all about.

Love, Grandma Joan in Raleigh