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04/08/2008: "Day 12b"


Nothing really new to report tonight. Some different specalists saw Kate at 5:30 and there's a decent chance they will extubate tomorrow. We'll have to see when it happens and we hope it goes smoothly. There are many possible complications that the doctors are trying to avoid so we pray that it goes smoothly.

Replies: 7 Comments

on Wednesday, April 9th, jan said

Waiting is so hard - but time is a healer.

on Wednesday, April 9th, k2@persona.ca">Kristin Ellis and Keith Harrison said

We are all still praying everything goes well and for Kate's continued healing!!! We are also keeping you paul and the Dias family in our thoughts throughout this difficult time..... Please let us know if there is anything we can do.

on Wednesday, April 9th, Dani said

GO KATE!

on Wednesday, April 9th, odile_bartlett@hotmail.com">Odile said

I have been following the updates on Kate. Please know that we are praying for Kate as well as the whole family. Please pass our love on to her and all the Dias. Our whole home church is also praying.

Is there anything we can do to help with the day to day logistics of being in a hospital playing the waiting game. Please let us know if there's anything anyone there needs.

on Wednesday, April 9th, Elaine Dohan said

Victory in Jesus will always be the end result. Praying for continued patience and strength. Praise God for His family uniting in prayer....May His healing mercies be continued daily in Kate!

on Wednesday, April 9th, elmannell@bbie.org">Eleanor Mannell said

Continuing to think and pray for you and Kate Paul.
Love,
Eleanor

on Wednesday, April 9th, Scott and Wandalyn Macfarlane said

But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint. Isaiah 40:31
You are doing a very hard but loving service to your wife as you wait and pray for her to heal. May God bless you and encourage you as you keep on keeping on. Love, Scott & Wandalyn


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