Have you ever met an Angel? My family and I were blessed with not only meeting an Angel, but actually blessed with one who lived with us 17 years. This Angel, was our teacher, preacher, bestfriend and brother to his siblings. He was our son, our dream, our song! Have you ever met an Angel? Mine was loving, kind, caring, and pure! He taught us unconditional Love, patience, passion and sacrifice! He showed us strength and courage and taught us how to believe, dream, persevere and even to forgive! Whenever I looked into his eyes, I seen the Face of Almighty God. Through his pain and suffering, he never cried, complained, or gave up! He taught us what it means to fight courageously every day of life! He showed us how to be servants of Love and Compassion! We had to wash and dress him, feed him, protect him and Love him with all our entire being! Have you ever met an Angel? Mine was the light and the Love of God himself; a beacon of light and hope in a dark and scary world! He was our guide our light, our comforter! Have you ever met an Angel? Our Angel was given to us for an appointed time. He was sent to teach us that Love is the strongest force in the Universe! He showed us that anger, pride, hate and envy aren’t the answer, but love is! Love for your fellow human being. No matter what! Have you ever met an Angel? Mine was the greatest Love in my entire life, a love that I just can’t start to explain! My world is a lot darker and a lot emptier today because my Angel had to return to heaven. He went to help prepare a place for each and everyone of his loved ones! My Angel was loved by thousands and he touched the hearts and lives of so many people. My Angel was sent to us for us to care for and protect and to Love him. Now my Angel has went home to the Almighty and now he watches over and helps guide and protects us! Have you ever met an Angel? Mine was my son, my song my light! Dylan King I Love you and I will miss you, but I know that we’ll see each other again. You’ll run up to me and you’ll help me to stand, you’ll help dress me for heaven. You’ll be the one to show me around whenever my time is over here! I Love you son and I am going to miss you!
We got him a cake and some ice cream. He ate few bites of the cake but wasn’t that interested in the icecream or cake. He did try to grab the cake and a little bit icing got on his fingers and in his hair. We got him a couple tee shirts and shorts! His brother got him a couple pair of pull on pants and a Superman tee shirt and a few other things which haven’t came yet. We did sing happy Birthday to him. His memaw called earlier and sang happy birthday to him also he enjoyed that and so did his niece Delilah.
Superman didn’t go trick or treating. He did have some fun at home though. His sister took some snapchat pictures of him. His brother carved a pumpkin in the Superman emblem. So, I can say he had better Halloween than last year he is not in the hospital.
His doctor said he is doing much better today. He wants to see him back on Friday to see if he is still improving. So far he has been doing much better. Please continue to pray and send positive thoughts.
We took Dylan to the doctors this morning and it wasn’t good news. The doctor wanted to admit him to the hospital. He says he has bronchitis or pneumonia. But he gave him a breathing treatment in the office and his oxygen level came back up so he let us take him home. He is on an antibiotics, steroids and breathing treatments every 4 to 6 hours. He has to go back to the doctors tomorrow morning to be checked out again. Please continue to pray and send positive thoughts.
This is a sweatshirt my older son Dacota designed for his little brother Dylan also known as Superman. I think he did a wonderful job on it. He loves his brother so much. Superman has been doing pretty good lately. He is still on the ng tube and going to physical therapy ever other week but he still is not walking on his own.
This, guy right here is still not walking yet. This recovery from necrotizing pneumonia is taking way to long. I thought he would be walking by now. It has been six months now altogether. Therapy is going okay but it takes 20 minutes for him to get warmed up. I am so mad at the doctors at John Hopkins for taking so long to diagnose him.