I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy tears, behold I will heal thee.
2Kings 20:5

Sunday, January 27, 2008

I am out of the hospital!

I am free!!

I was released from the hospital on Friday and have been at the Family House since. It is nice to be able to be a little more independant. Taking all the drugs is still a little overwhelming. When we refilled all the medications the expenses were.....well, lets say they better work. After insurance pays, my share is still $1,100.00 Per month!! Thank Goodness for fundraisers. Thanks for everyone's donations so we have the money to pay or them. I have posted some new pics so please check them out. This has been such a wonderfully spirtitual experience for me. I have grown so close to my family and my Heavenly Father. My faith in prayer is undeniable.....the Lord knows each of us and blesses us equally with what our needs and strengths are. I am really shakey from my drugs and it's really hard to type so I will type more later.

Jamie

3 comments:

Kris said...

Jamie,
Amanda and I were so glad to hear that you are out of the hospital and doing well. You're story is so inspirational! I have missed being in contact with you. Amanda has missed being at the CBTA with you. You are truly amazing and sparked great things for Amanda. I thank you! I came across your blog a few days ago while I was working on my own. Your favorite song "Don't give up, you are loved" has now become one of mine. I play it over and over again. How powerful it is! Take care of yourself! We are cheering for you and may the Lord bless you in your recovery! Love, Kris and Amanda Trejo P.S. Check out my blog at trejo6.blogspot.com

Rebecca said...

Jamie,
I'm so glad you are out of the hospital!!! We are so happy for you. You are an amazing person. Take care and know that we love you!
Love,
Rebecca

Rebecca said...

Jamie,
I'm so glad you are out of the hospital!!! We are so happy for you. You are an amazing person. Take care and know that we love you!
Love,
Rebecca

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