10/9/12 Evening post from Mom

Shane had a restful day. Some of his medicines were decreased and as the day progressed he began to wake more often. He still is not really aware of his surroundings, hopefully tomorrow he will be a little more aware. The Doctors will access tomorrow how they feel shane is doing and when they think it would be safe to take out the breathing tube. Praying he has a restful night and his temperature will stay normal.


17 thoughts on “10/9/12 Evening post from Mom

  1. Gail & Jack,
    Glad to hear that Shane’s temperature has stabilized and he is progressing toward removal of the breathing tube. We continue to ask the Lord to watch over him and your family. We pray that each day Shane will continue to improve, however incremental. We also pray that God will continue to grant you all strength in the days ahead. Know that your friends are here to help in any way we can. Our love to you and Shane,
    Denise, Dave, Ryan and Matt Govoni

  2. Hey Gail…Lynda Rosa-Falce American Airlines Special Services..I just want to let you know prayers are being sent to you and your family. It sounds like Shane has a strong will just like i remember his mom!

  3. Being at school has been stressful at this terrible time. My heart goes out to my best friend Shane and his entire family. Everyday I think about him and the whole family and hope for the best. I will continue to pray for his recovery each and everyday. God is with Shane and I am confident that his recovery will be a positive one.

    Love always,


  4. Wishing Shane a restful night so he will continue to heal. Our thoughts and prayers are with you tonight. Love, Andrea and Luciano Tellez

  5. Hello Gail, I just heard about your son’s accident through a friend. I am so very sorry! I am sorry that you and your family have to go through this pain. I will pray to God for your son’s speedy recovery. I cannot express how wonderful of a person you are, and how great you were to me at my time in need. I know that God know’s this, and will only allow better things to come to your son. Please know that I will do anything that I can to help. Please know this! God bless.

  6. Dear Jack Gail Chelsea Tyler and Brittany. We love you and continually lift you up to our Lord . Praying that Shane gets extubated tomorrow with calmness and clarity and that the fevers cease. Love Janice and Richard. Thank you for the updates

  7. Dear Gail, I am so sorry to hear about your son’s accident, my most heartfelt wishes for the best positive outcome. I’ve arranged for a note to be placed in the Western Wall in Jerusalem asking G-d for his recovery..its called “Refuah Shelemah”.
    With prayers and eyes lifted to Heaven
    The Gindi Family

  8. Dear Gail and family, receiving these updates about Shane means so much to us.We met Shane in London, and we visualize him that way when we pray.Each update we receive is a call to prayer for Shane to be blessed with strength and a full recovery and for your continued strength. May God wrap you in his Loving Arms. Dave Schmidt and Melinda Brock

  9. We will continue to think of and pray for Shane’s recovery. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers — We enjoy the pictures on the blog and are reminded that Shane is a special guy and will get thru this difficult time!!
    Candee’ & Mike DeFeo and Family

  10. Gail and family ~ Spent this past Saturday evening with the Nehms and they mentioned this blog.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you every day for a full recorvey.
    Thinking of you and your family
    Mary & Martha

  11. Gail and Family.
    Sending all my prayers and positive thoughts daily for all of you.
    With special novenas for Shane and his recovery.
    Lynn P

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