Saturday, November 15, 2008

Another update on my dad.

Today my dad had such a good day that he has been taken off palliative care. He is still in last stages of Alzheimer's so we know he could go any time but at this stage he is eating when food is offered and seems peaceful. I am sure it is the power of prayer that is keeping him at peace so thank you everyone that has joined in praying for him and for our family.


Gina said...

That's such a comfort to hear Therese.
God is so good.
We will still continue to pray, and he'll hopefully zoom straight up to heaven & by-pass purgatory:)

Unknown said...

God really is so good! We will continue to pray!

Lisa@UnexpectedJourney said...

Therese, I'm just now catching up on your blog. I'll be praying for you dad. Glad to hear he had a good day!

Adrienne said...

May his journey be a peaceful one...

Shirley said...

Never underestimate the power of prayer. May our Blessed Mother continue to keep your dad beneath her mantle.

Angie said...

The same thing happened with my mom. She has been off palliative care for 3 months now. I will continue to pray for your dad. Peace to you and your family...ang

Nancy said...

Good News Therese!!!

Sarah - Kala said...

Good news to read. Prayers still being said. God bless.

Anonymous said...

Therese, so sorry to learn this. I am remembering your Dad in my prayers (and you too of course!).

God Bless you

Easter Almuena said...

It is good to hear this, Therese.

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