Help Frank and Sue Hayes keep their home!

Update posted by DougMiller33 On May 02, 2014

Update from Tammie Hayes on Franks condition this morning. 

Pops called me about 6:30 am (Friday May 2) and I could hear that he was choked up and teary eyed. He said, thank you; and then went on to tell me that he slept comfortable most of the night but then he woke up nauseous (which is a residual affect of the stroke because his equilibrium was impacted) anyhow, with the nausea he said felt really cold, so he pulled his blankets up but he just couldn't seem to get warm; and as his voice cracked, he said he felt a warm hand on his shoulder and not only was he no longer cold, he knew he wasn't alone. With tears, pops wants everyone to know that he is thankful for all of the love, support and prayers.

 

p.s Thank you for your continued support through this difficult time as well as the generous donations. Every little bit helps! Thanks!

-Sincerely 

Tammie Hayes, Doug Miller, and Kayla Hayes 

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Sensing love and light your way as you face these many challenges.

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Backed On May 25, 2014 Amount Hidden

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Marty Spranger

Backed with $200.00 On May 06, 2014

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Pops, May 3, 9 days post stroke update: Pops had a rough night with nausea, vomitting and the roller coaster wave that flows through his head as a residual impact of the stroke wiping out his equilibrium. In the midst however of his weakened and exhausted state, he did say, "but on the bright side, atleast I can pee again" (for those who missed that healing milestone, you can read my post from yesterday) So while today may began as a queezy and challenging day, he is looking forward, with a positive mindset. Pops is scheduled to see the opthamologist on Monday *(he still has double vision, misalligned vision and depth perception challenges as a result of his optic nerve being impaired by the stroke; and it is unknown whether his brain will correct or compensate for these challenges; it is also unknown at this time if the opthamologist will be able to help, but we are optomistic believers and with the faith of a mustard seed, mountains can be moved)*. We are also waiting to recieve the appointment date for the endocrynologist, as well a follow up appointment with the neurologist. It is unknown, at this time, how long pops will be staying in care for physical/occupational therapies etc.. As his daughter and health care agent/advocate, I have been at his side daily, oncall round the clock as needed and I am 'fighting the good fight' to make sure pops is getting the care and support he needs. Should anyone who knows pops want to visit him or if any one has to go to Hesperia/Victorville (for whatever reason) and would be open to having a carpool passenger; please message me, as I would certainly appreciate creating carpool opportunities. As a family, we are thankful to each and every one of you, that has shared love, prayers and support, during these challenging time. With kindness and appreciation. Tammie 'Rain' Hayes

ThePeanutGallery

Posted On May 03, 2014

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blessings to you and your family.

Bonnie Wilson

Backed with $100.00 On May 03, 2014

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These are good folks. Help them as you can.

Guest

Backed with $100.00 On May 02, 2014

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thank you both so very much!

DougMiller33

Posted On May 02, 2014

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Good luck to your whole family.

Jacque Priest

Backed with $20.00 On May 02, 2014

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Jonathan Klassen

Backed with $10.00 On May 01, 2014

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Helping hand.

Donald Boatright

Backed with $200.00 On May 01, 2014

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DougMiller33

Backed with $1.00 On Apr 30, 2014

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