Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Mom and Luke sitting on the couch after arriving back home


Anonymous said...


I bet this is the best birthday gift you have received ever, to have Luke's trach out! Yeah!

Glad to hear that all is going well. Can't wait to see everyone next weekend!

Love you all so much!!

Aunt Lori and Uncle Lonnie

Mommy_2 said...


PRAISE THE LORD the trach is gone! Luke looks so peaceful in Mommy's arms... I am so happy this day has come. God is healing him and we have the privilege of watching it. Thank you so much for sharing.

Love and many prayers,
The Tilleys (Rose Hill, KS)
Kory, Darla, Brittney and Lane

Teena said...

What a great picture~ WhooooHoooo~
the trach is out~ we are so very thankful... as we know you all are too~

Sue, did I understand right? Is it your birthday? Happy Birthday!!!

I think of Luke (all of you) several several several times each day~ still praying and praising our Lord... what a mighty God we serve!
your GA. friends,
Billy, Teena, Michael, Mandi, Dakota, Alyssa, Wyatt & Wesley

Anonymous said...

Happy Birthday Dear Sue

Isn’t this one of many great gifts the Lord has given? The Lord gives us so many wonderful things and I pray you have a really great day.

Luke slept all night so peacefully. This morning he moved more than I had seen him move. Just before 6:00 a.m. while waiting to turn off his food, he stretched his arms into the air, pushing up on his shoulders, moving his head all around and moving his whole body, he then relaxed again - still in a sound sleep. What a blessing just to see this. When I left for home he was still sleeping so peacefully. His right arm and hand was completely straight down by his side. During the night he was moving his arms around and for a part of the night he had his finger in his mouth – in front of his teeth..

Ezekiel woke up saying, “Today is my Mom’s birthday, today is my Mom’ birthday.” Then he told me everything you all were planning to do, with his big Ezekiel grin and excitement.

May you all have a great day.
Lot of love, Your big sister- Cindy (

Keith (MI-USA) said...

If a picture is worth a thousand words, than this one speaks volumes. To see him home with his loving mom, without his trach, is a beautiful sight to behold. I'm so glad everything went so well for Luke.