I gave Dawn a printed copy of all your hopes and prayers for her recovery and it made her very happy that she is being thought of and prayed for. She says thanks to all of you.
When I posted that she was supposed to have been transferred to Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago, it ended up taking 6 days for a bed to become available there, so she didn't end up there until Sunday night. She is now being put through a lot of tests to try and figure out what is going on. They think it is Chiari Malformation, but they are feeling it is too risky to operate so they are thinking of treating her with pain meds for life. I keep trying to find all the information on this condition as I can. I have seen many of the symptoms that accompany this condition with her. She is dreading having to live on pain medication all her life, but I guess that would be the better of the two options if the surgeon is not qualified enough to operate without adding complications to her life.
I guess at this point all I can ask is that you all continue to pray that all turns out well. Thanks to all of you whom have already been keeping Dawn in your prayers.
Sometimes we have to follow a stronger voice, even if it's silent.