Day 15, Night

Mama walked halfway down the hall and then walked back today, so she doubled her distance from yesterday.  She’s glad to be in her new room, though she’s getting more anxious about being in the hospital.  Mama’s frustrated by the effort it takes to do anything – get up, move around, eat . . . even just laying in the bed is a bit of an effort because she switches between hot and cold so often.  The doctors have hinted that she may get to leave the hospital this week and move to Brooks Rehabilitation where she’ll likely be an in-patient for a while.  She’s talking a LOT more and is having regular conversations with us now.  She didn’t sleep much last night, so hopefully her anxiety will go down some so that she’ll be able to get some sleep!


9 thoughts on “Day 15, Night

  1. My precious friend,
    I’ve just finally learned about what happened to you and am SO SORRY. You are surrounded by love from your wonderful family, friends and heavenly Father. I can’t wait to come see you when they give me the green light, and pray the special prayer you shared with me six years ago. Thank you so much, Lindsey and David, for keeping us up to date on Debbe’s progress. Please know you are all in our hearts and in our prayers. So much love to all of you.
    Susan Hamilton

  2. It is so good to hear that you are up and around. The little I know about you from our class leads me to believe that this won’t keep you down for long. You have so many people rooting for you and the best of all, praying for you. What a wonderful family you have to keep us posted on your progress. We are praying for them, also.

    Classmate- Jean W.

  3. Please give our love to Debbie and family. We have just found out about this today. Sounds like God is working his miracles. We plan to pass on this information to friends in Tifton. If there is anything we can do, let us know.

  4. Praise God! I am so glad to hear of Debbie’s daily improvements. My prayers are with you and your family. Keep going Debbie we are all pulling for you!

  5. Hi Debbie,
    I have been thinking about you, my Lynsey told me about the accident…so sorry to hear about it. But you will not give up and with all the love and support around you nothing will keep you down.
    All of our love and prayers are with you and the family….take care

  6. Lindsey, David, and Bo. Just know that we are checking in on the updates, daily, and are continuing to pray. Sounds like Aunt Debbie is on her way to a full recovery. We are so glad for all of you. If we can do anything, please let us know.


  7. Debbie, David, Lindsey, and Bo,
    May the peace of the Lord be with you all as you face this time of healing for you Debbie and your family to have strength and feel the angels touch each day. I have you in my thoughts and prayers and will lift you up to the Lord my “sweet dear friend” for his healing powers to protect and guide you through each day of your healing. You have been such an inspiration to me so now I want you to know how much I love you and know that all your angels are with you and the love of God protects you every moment. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help you all.
    Love and peace, Betty Ann

  8. Debbie and Family:

    I have known the Goes girls since they moved to Tifton many years ago. Please know that we have spread the word in Tifton and that many are praying for Debbie and her family. I know that with the prayers lifted up for her, that God can perform miracles. I have witnessed personally, God blessing our family through a tragedy and he will yours also. I remember when Debbie and David met at ABAC and what a cute couple they made.

  9. Just remember, Debbie and all the family, that we hold you in prayer. We are praising God for this wonderful progress, and we have faith for continued good news and for strength for you all. You Are Loved And Held In Prayer

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