Archive for December, 2006

December 27, 2006

Happy Past Merry Christmas,

Just thought I would get on here and say a few words. As most of you who know me, and know that I have note been posting things you probably guessed that I did feel good and that is right.

Today is not much change, Abigail wanted me to fix the computer for her so here I am.

Well we have had one other call that we did not tell everyone about, Charleston called on Saturday night around 2200hrs. They advised me that they may have a possible match but it was real early in the process, and they stated they would call back later. On the morning of December 24, Claire had to go to work so she called Charleston to see what she should do. Charleston advised that the liver was not going to work for me, so off to work Claire went.

We had a wonderful Christmas just sharing with the family, I think Abigail got more than she should have, but Santa sure was good to her and the rest of the family.

I was also honored to be asked and felt like going to Anderson County Fire HQ to read the Christmas Story, that sure was a blessing to me.

Well I must go now and get ready to go to see the doctor, hopefully he will increase some of my meds to get this fluid off of me, I have about 30lbs of fluid that get tough some times. But I am able to manage al of this because of my family & friends like you, always checking, praying, calling and visiting.

God Bless,
We Love You All,
The Medlocks

Happy New Year

December 22, 2006

Update – Looks like they made it to near Newberry when the hospital called and told them that the liver was again damaged so they turned around about 4:00 AM to come back home.

December 22, 2006

Good Morning Folks,
We just got the call from Charlweston that they may have a liver for me, so we are on our way. We Love Ya’ll & Merry Christmas. We will keep up updated as we can.

Love & Merry Christmas From The Medlock

December 18, 2006

Bad news – just received a call from Justin in Charleston and they have found out that the donor liver they were waiting on was not acceptable. Pelham and the family will be returning to town later tonight.

December 17, 2006

Good Morning Everyone, God has answered our prayers and we are on our way to Charleston for the transplant. Keep Praying. God Bless You All. We Love You. The Medlocks

Merry Christmas

December 9, 2006

Update, December 8, 2006

The Doc’s let Pelham come home this evening from the hospital , so we are nestled in our home in Possum Kingdom amoung our beautiful Christmas tree and family. There is no place like home and it is feels so good to have him back at home with us. We are still awaiting that magic call from Charleston, so keep those prayers coming and we hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday season.

God Bless
Claire

December 8, 2006

December 8, 2006,

Well Pel is still in the hospital, slowly adding fluid back via IV, and then restart the diuretics a little at a time to find that happy medium. He sure sounds better today and looks a little better than he did tuesday. He still has the tremors and some hallucinations, but not nearly as bad. He is anxious to come home. We miss him so much. But this doesnt affect his space on the list, he is still top of the list for an 0 match and charleston sts if a donor becomes available we will fly him from anmed to musc via chopper. Please pray a donor will come very very soon. Surely Santa Clause has room in that big sleigh of his for a liver. It would be by far the greatest Christmas of all if he could bring Pel a liver. Thank you all for everything especially the prayers.

god Bless You

claire

December 6, 2006
Another Update

Well they put Daddy back in the hospital today around 10 or so. They say that he has gotten dehydrated. He is still on the list and if they happen to call for the transplant while he is in there, they said that they would transfer him down there. He has not been feeling real good here lately, just having pains all over. Please just continue to keep him in your prayers, hopefully we will get the phone call from Charleston very soon.

Justin