Posted on March 29, 2015
Posted on March 29, 2015To all,
We would like to take this opportunity to say THANK YOU very much to everyone that has helped with this fundraiser, said prayers, sent guiding light, or sent their love and support. We will be closing this fundraiser in 3 days.
Bill has made an unheard of recovery. We truly believe it is because all of you that he has made it this far this quick. God heard all our prayers!
We have had an outpouring of support and people wanting to come help with our Spring Cleaning at the Resort. Since Bill isn't at 100% his stamina has been the last to come back. Because of this, we have had to make a schedule to fit everyone in. We are extremely greatful for all the help. If you are interested in helping, please contact us as soon as possible.
There are a few duties that require specialty skills that we would appreciate help in. These include:
Ceramic Tile Work
among other skills....Thank you in advance! God is good in all he does!
Bill & Erin
Posted on March 22, 2015
Posted on March 22, 2015Two months ago, yesterday, Bill was pinned under the truck fighting for his life.
Today, because of the support, prayers, guiding light, good energies and love, he is almost completely healed. He still has nerve damage and pain to deal with, but his limp is only noticeable when he has overdone the activities. He is working on building his stamina.
Doctors can't believe how fast he recovered and are calling him a miracle. It's because of all of you that this has been possible!
Posted on March 17, 2015
Posted on March 17, 2015Yesterday was a milestone day. Bill had an MRI scheduled to re-evaluate the codition of his spine. Those of you who know Bill well, knows that he, prior to the accident, was ok with tight spaces. Now, he is EXTREMELY claustrophobic, with good reason.
However, returning to St. Mary's Hospital in Duluth allowed him to feel safe. The people there are exceptional people and took very good care of him. After a cocktail of versed and fentanyl, he was off to lala land and feeling pretty good.
The MRI was read right away By his neurosurgeon. There are 2 bulging discs and a spot where there is extra spinal fluid.
The doctor says this is evidence of the crushing injury that will take a long time to recover. He continues to make strides in his progress! A dose pack of steroids and a new nerve pain med will hopefully help speed along the recovery.
Blessings to everyone!