Wendy is breathing on her own now her mother just told me. Her blood pressure is holding its own now too! She is also flinching a little and making faces when her mouth is swabbed as well. She is also responding to pain. She is still has not woke up yet, but I expect her to.
I am not believing what doctors say, I am believing God and I am getting the feeling inside that He is about to pull off one heck of a miracle.
On a side note: I have been asked a lot how I am handling all of this. It’s been rough, but I am hanging in there. I got a little bit of sleep last night for the first time and the shock has worn off. I am also eating today. I miss Wendy greatly, the walls of my living room are full of pictures of us together. This gives me some comfort. I talk to her pictures when I am at home. I have cried so much that I do not have any more tears left to cry. I have prayed my heart out as well. My strength is returning.
My hope is in God. Wendy and I have a lot of church services to attend yet, a lot of quiet nights in my back yard by the fire pit, a lot of wonderful times at Harrison Lake, and a whole lot of cookouts to look forward to yet. I believe God will bring her back to me.
Please keep praying. Prayer is such a powerful force.
And thank you all from the bottom of my heart for everything.
Bob “The Bible Man” Dewille