I just got back from the hospital. I actually go to see Wendy today. She looked peaceful, but she is still in a coma and she is still on life support. These next 72 hours are crucial. The doctors x rayed her head and will be reading them tomorrow to determine how much brain damage she has. Her heart is enlarged and has a lot of damage, only 10% of it is working. It was mentioned that even if she does come out of it and wake up, she will probably need a heart transplant.
It really hurt me to see her laying there like that. It was all I could do to hang in there. I am still believing God for a miracle, but if He does decide to take her home, I can only pray that He gives me a chance to say goodbye and to let her know how much I love her and appreciated her for all the love we shared together.
I am in tears as I write this. Together we were a great force for God. Things will never be the same for me. I doubt if I will ever grill out again, or enjoy Harrison Lake, or sit by a fire without thinking of her. I feel like I have been split in two.
Wendy is one of a kind. No other woman will be able to capture my heart the way she did.
At this point, I am hoping for the best, and preparing myself for the worst. I have to. I love her very deeply.
That’s all for now. I can’t write anymore.
PLEASE KEEP PRAYING.
Wendy, in the name of Jesus, may your light break forth like the morning, and may your healing spring forth speedily. (Isaiah 58:8) I love you with all my heart sweetie and I am not going nowhere, I will be here for you NO MATTER WHAT!