First of all, I want to thank each and everyone of you that have commented with prayers and words of encouragement. As I sit here in the hospital room with my sweetheart, I feel so blessed to have him in my arms. I am loving every moment of caring for him. He spends his life giving to others and now its time for me to give to him. I am ready for the next three months of staying home with him while he recovers.
Something funny, is that Sam came out of surgery speaking Spanish to the nurses and he does not remember any of it. The nurses had no idea he even spoke Spanish. His recovery time was uneventful and is now in a room waiting on Physical Therapy to arrive where they will begin helping him transfer from his bed to a chair. If he can have success with this, then he will go home in a couple of days. If he fails to be able to transfer then he will go to a Rahab Facility until he can transfer. He will be non weight bearing in a wheelchair for three months while his pelvis heals, then will be able to try and walk. He is in good spirits but will be very hard for him to sit for three months. As most of you know, Sam is not a very good sitter. It will be a challenge.
As far as Ignite Missions is concerned, Coy and Morgan will be taking over in Honduras with ministry. We have several teams left and discipleship ministry in villages that will continue.
Our family is a huge blessing to us. Our two boys (Peyton and Parker) saved Sam's life and our son-in-law (Coy) will continue Ignite Missions. The guys in our family are pitching in when we can not be there. Sam and I are blessed beyond measure with an awesome family. I love them all so very very much.
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