Ryan’s Miracle Watch 7/11/16

My computer has been on the blink since last Friday. I just got the Geek Squad to fix it today. So, I’m a couple of days behind.

Haven’t heard anything about James’ condition. I’ll fill you in when I do…hear something, that is. Thank you all for continuing to pray for him.

Ryan’s been doing well. Today he was introduced to his new teachers/therapists who’ll continue to stimulate his senses through music, art, reading, etc. etc. When he turned 22, he graduated into this new “adult” program. The people seem very nice, and from what we can gather, they’ve got a pretty good curriculum which will, hopefully, provide some good insight into Ryan’s cognitive skills. They’ll start doing things with him tomorrow.

The cool thing is, Ryan was alert and attentive to them, and didn’t “shut down” like he typically does with new people. Maybe he’s making some progress…

We continue to hope and pray…



2 thoughts on “Ryan’s Miracle Watch 7/11/16

  1. Hello. I just discovered your blog through the story online about waiting for your son to wake up. A very good friend of mine recently suffered from severe seizures that have left him in a coma/vegetative state. It seems he has suffered brain damage due to lack of oxygen to the brain during the seizures. He has no history of having seizures and we still don’t know what caused them. He’s been out of consciousness for almost three weeks now. This is one of the most painful experiences of my life. He is a Christian and such a kind-hearted wonderful person. At 30 years old, he was set to go on a mission trip to Germany only a week before he fell ill. I miss him so much, and while I thank God so much that he’s still alive, I miss HIM, his personality, his lovingness, his everything. I’ve been praying like crazy for God to bring him back to us. If you could pray for him, his name is Byron, I would appreciate it. I will pray for Ryan as well. I hope that he makes more and more progress and that you can find some peace in your situation. GOD BLESS! ❤


  2. It was good to hear about Ryan’s new program and his openness to the new people. I am so grateful that there these types of programs and funding available. I have noticed that his health has been much better since the sharp thing in his mouth was discovered and removed. You and your wife have provided Ryan with an environment that he feels comfortable in. This should not be taken for granted. It is a definite achievement, and the reward of your commitment to him.


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