Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Maybe a hug or something.

If you're in the Wichita area and might be around Wesley hospital in the next week, Lacie and Jordan would love a visit. Sometimes, understandably, people don't want to be in the way or may feel like a visit would be an intrusion, but Jordan said that a new face sometimes helps the time pass. Plus, they both really could use the support. I don't think they're up for a cavalcade, but when you're feeling a little blue, isn't it nice to know that you're not alone?

And for those of you who aren't geographically close, you are welcome to leave a comment (just click on the pink "comments" word at the end of any post. If you don't have a Google account, they'll ask you to create one with an e-mail address and a password of your choice. That's it. Totally free. Completely secure.) Jordan said that they can't believe how many people who have never even met their family are praying for Kyrie. They check this site every day and would like to meet the people for whom we are so grateful.


Gary (Ike) & Shirley in Lee's Summit, MO said...

Dear Jordan and Lacie,

We think of Kyrie every day and want you to know that the 3 of you are in our prayers. We wish we could do more.
Hugs and More Prayers,
Gary(Ike)& Shirley
in Lee's Summit, MO

Debbie Love said...

Jordan and Lacie,
I have been printing the notes on the blog and putting them on the bulletin board at church. I think it helps for everyone to be able to see pictures of the little angle they are all praying for. I haven't been to the hospital because I was afraid you may have too many visitors. We are all thinking of you daily- me, Terry, Laura and Rebecca.