33 hours on the floor

Today was a good day. Sarah started the day off with removing the restriction on how many doctors that could be in her room at one time. This was a big step for her. We are trying to let her make the decisions for recovering at her own pace. She has surprised me a few times today with setting some ambitious goals. She took me a on a very long walk. You wouldn’t believe the change in her over the last 33 hours after being moved back up to her regular room. United prayer works. Sarah is walking proof.
Last Sunday night Sarah was back in ICU and they were still getting everything set up and the monitor had a audible heart beat going. I asked if we could turn off the heart beat and Sarah’s eye popped open in total panic and said, “Don’t turn off my heart beat. I need that. Don’t turn off my heart.” I can’t imagine how scary that was. But tonight I tucked her into bed after she climbed in all by herself and she calmly told me to sleep good tonight, closed her eyes and peacefully fell asleep. Amazing. Miraculous.
Thank you for your love. Thank you for your prayers. We could never have made it this far without you.
-Steve

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