Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Wednesday 3/25/2009, Midday

Ryan is resting at home. The medicines are providing the relief the doctors had hoped, and he is doing rather well. Though it has been tough on Susan and me to administer the meds etc., but bringing Ryan home was the right decision for his mental health. Our extended family appreciate all the kind words, comments and prayers. Ryan has enjoyed being at home and sleeping in his own bed.

I have several posts I need to get out as I want to share some of the talks that Ryan and I have been able to have over the past day or so at home. Please know that Ryan appreciated every ones response to his wish to see his friends, but we didn't know the toll so many people coming through would have on him. But, he is doing well and we are getting quality time with him.

We have one more trick up our sleeve, and I hope to post some information about it later today.
-Brad

7 comments:

Fran Eric & Liz said...

Luv & strength to all the Salmons........Fran Eric & Liz

Anonymous said...

You all continue to be in our thoughts and prayers.
The Kern Family

Anonymous said...

Your support network is ready and able to help in anyway that we know. We will continue with prayers for you and Ryan and Susan.

Brian Pennington said...

Brad,

I am very sorry for the pain and the trials, but I am inspired by Ryan's faith and courage. We are praying for all of you.

Brian Pennington

Anonymous said...

Ryan,
Your strength, courage and will to fight has amazed me. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Stay strong Ryan!
Kylie Payne

Anonymous said...

I've been following your journey, and I have to say...
Ryan, you're courage is amazing! You have made an impact on my life and we don't even know each other. We've only met once. I will keep praying for you :o)

Anonymous said...

All of you are in our prayers. We have been following Ryan's progress and strength through Barry & Amy. He is an amazing young man. Robyn & Scott Howard