Wednesday, September 30, 2009

A quiet time

Tuesday night was a very good one for Jacob. Wednesday was not quite as good, but Jacob is such a Trooper. Jacob still has the infection and they are trying different medications. The Doctors feel it would be best for Jacob to have some quiet time, so we are asking for no visitors for the next few days. We need to do what is best for Jacob, so the best thing you can do right now is pray for him. Overall, Jacob is doing remarkably well, and we know he will continue on that path.


  1. We're so sorry to hear about Jacob's accident and want you to know that you've been in our thoughts and prayers daily. Jacob is a wonderful individual and I've loved teaching him in Primary. I'd love to come and visit when the time is right for Jacob and the family.

    I saw Bryan (one of the nurses) in one of your pictures, he was one of our favorite nurses at Primary Childrens who took care of our Granddaughter. Also I love Paul Cardall's music, Were so happy he got a new heart.

    I pray the Lord will continue to bless Jacob and strengthen you and your family thru this trial.

    Love - Brent and Denise Maddock

  2. Jacob,

    I know you're strong, big guy. You have such a strong spirit and a will to make everyone around you so happy and love you. You have so many friends counting on you getting better so you can hang out with them again!

    And don't forget about me!!! I want to take you on brother-sister dates again! I promise, as soon as you're better, I'll take you beach-bumming in California. We'll hit every beach you want to hit, swim in the ocean...and just for kicks and giggles, we'll go see Sea World and San Diego Zoo.

    I love you so much and want nothing more than for you to be well again and home with me!

    Forever Your Loving Sister,