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Sunday, February 14, 2010

Update - Joy

Cale is running a slight fever this afternoon. They have also removed the central IV which is inserted in the neck and placed a new peripheral IV, which is in the arm. I have been on the phone with a Capt. Gardner, which is Cale's OIC at Fort Bragg. Cale's ETS (discharge date) has been canceled and he is still a part of his unit at Ft. Drum. They are setting it up for a Casualty Assistance Calls Officer to come and take care of everything for Kathleen. Cale is still receiving full benefits, so they will have no money problems and the hospital is fully covered. It will take a little while to get all the paperwork done and get the Casualties officer here to Greenville. Kathleen wanted me to express the deep gratitude and love for all those that have so generously helped financially, emotionally and with all of the prayers. We both feel so surrounded by love that at times it is overwhelming. I sit and read the responses to the updates I am posting and I start to cry. It is even hard for me to write some of the times, because of the strained emotions. Kathleen, Kathy and I are extremely grateful that we only have the task of worrying about Cale and all of the other details are taken care of.

1 comment:

  1. God is so good and He is a good Father taking care of them so well! I was concerned about the "other stuff" and here the Lord has that covered---He is so good! Thank you for blogging and keeping us posted--we are gratful!


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