Pray For Rosie

26Feb/102

Update- 2/25

Joey and I just got home from visiting Rosie. I was so excited because today was the first time I saw her open her eyes all the way since I was not there when she did that before. She is not breathing as heavily, which means that she is able to breathe better off the ventilator than before. Other than that everything has been about the same. 

I want to share again about the ribbon pins. For every donation of $5 or more, we can send a ribbon pin to the address you give us. Simply use the donate link to the left and tell us in the comments of the donation that you would like a pin and let us know if there is a different shipping address. At the end of the week, we will send out pins for the requests we get for that week.

We are so thankful for what God has done so far! Continue to pray for Rosie's progress, Tony's strength, and for little Emily's well-being!

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  1. I heard about Rosie’s story through the AFE Foundation. I wanted to let you know that I’m praying for Rosie. I too have survived AFE. I, like Rosie, endured a long ICU stay (9 weeks) and extensive rehab, and was in the hospital for over 5 months. It is possible to survive and thrive after a severe AFE and lengthy coma…if you want to talk or email, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Miracles do happen…

    Meg Tapucol-Provo (11-year AFE survivor)

  2. Rosie and Tony… we love you… we’re praying for you. What a kind and sweet gesture it was for Meg Tapucol-Provo to leave the comment above. Thank you Meg for that. We’re so happy that you’ve come out on the other side of this… and we’re grateful that you’ve decided to share with us… thank you so much for that.

    Brian


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