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Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Full of Gratitude

So grateful to see Logan sleeping peacefully here at home...So grateful that the many complications that could have been are not...So grateful that he has been blessed with so many people to love...So grateful that he will not need to take any medications after the healing process is over...So grateful that he has never lost faith, hope, or humor through this entire process...So incredibly grateful (Logan's mom)...


Karen said...

Such a joyous miracle. I have always believed in them, and this experience has reconfirmed my beliefs.

You look really good Logan, I hope sitting upright doesn't cause your head to hurt, because quite frankly, you look better vertically than you did horizontally.

I know you'll miss all that TLC the plethora of nurses gave you, but you still have your Momma, and ain't no one gonna ever take care of you like yo' momma will =:)

Keep it up, and you'll be back to being badgered, hasseled, bossed around, and all those other things I'm sure you've been missing in no time!

Love and hugs and prayers,

The Ferguson gang

Carpfam said...

We're so grateful too!!! I was so happy to see that Logan went home today and hope that everything continues to go well. Isn't it amazing how the Lord hears and answers our prayers! We love you guys! You look great Logan!
Liz, Matt, Maddie, and Olivia

The Gately Family said...

I was suprised and pleased to see you at the house today when I dropped off dinner.

You really look great Logan and we are all so relieved that the worst is behind you and that you are on your way to a full recovery.

Miracles DO happen everyday and you are a sure fire testimony of that!!

You have the best care ever and you are going to be back to the hum drum sooner than you think so enjoy the break and the extra attention while you can.

Lots of love and prayers,


Jeremy said...

We're so happy you're home. It was great seeing you and your mom last week. We'll continue our prayers for you. Thanks for keeping us updated through the blog; we love to hear your progress.
Melissa & Jeremy

Edward said...

Glad you are doing well & that you will be able to watch better TV. Our thoughts & prayers remain with you.


Monica said...

logan, you're an inspiration to us all! i've always thought this about you, but now its really confirmed. glad you're home and looking so dang sexy! Mon

laura said...

I'm so happy to hear that everything is going so well!

However, Logan, you have the worst sense of timing. Just when I need you most for your incredibly smart brain (the doctors better not have changed any of that by the way), you're off playing... or something ;)

Keep getting better and know that you're missed. (And not just for Access questions) ;)

aunt sandy said...

Hey - That's a much better TV watching situation at home than at the hospital! That's worth being away from the pretty nurses, I'd say!

Logan, you are continuing to be in our prayers - we are still watching and knowing you will continue to improve day by day... 100%!

Love, Aunt Sandy

ANOB said...

How greatful we are that all our prayers were answered and you are recovering so well. We cant even begin to imagine what it is like to watch someone you love and Logan go through that. You will continue to be in our prayers. What a wonder expamle of strength and faith you are to all of us Logan.

With Love,
Angela(Kirks wife)

ANOB said...

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Paulo said...

Well mateee...you´re finally ate home ready to rock...

We dont know each other,but,im really relieved that you´re home now...funny thing isnt it???

Now,go on and "up date" your life...we´ll talk somewhere in the future.... ;)

A little boy wanted $100 very badly; his mother told him to pray to God for it. He prayed for two weeks but nothing turned up. Then he decided perhaps he should write God a letter requesting the $100. When the post office received the letter addressed to God, they opened it and decided to send it to the President. The President was so impressed, touched and amused that he instructed his secretary to send the little boy $5. He thought this would appear to be a lot of money to a little boy. The little boy was delighted with the $5 and sat down to write a thank-you letter, which read as follows;
Dear God,

Thank you very much for sending me the money. I noticed that you had to send it through Washington. As usual, those thieving bastards deducted $95.

HAR,HAR,HAR...same situation in Portugal....

All the best to you and your family.