One Week’s Progress

On January 24, 2011, in Julia's Journey, Personal, by Chris

This may very well be the shortest (in word length) entry I ever do:

Monday, January 17 – 5:56pm:

Monday, January 24 – 5:10pm:

Guess that says it all, huh?

By the way, that was the first time I saw my little girl’s smile in over a week. Melted her Dad’s heart.

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13 Responses to One Week’s Progress

  1. brenda says:


  2. Annette says:

    AWESOME!!!!!!! Best smile in the world. The Doogan’s send love. Our little one has been looking at the pictures with us and is very glad to see that smile and her pink roasty toasty’s (aka jammies) instead of the bandaid! Bet your smiles are bigger than hers!

  3. Anne says:

    Awww….can’t talk…choked with tears. That’s the most beautiful smile, ever. Blessings to your surgical team and Praise be to God for her recovery. Big smooshy hugs to the Cooks from the Maloneys.

  4. Jennifer says:

    Wonderful to see her sweet smile again! Lots of love!!!

  5. Melissa says:

    Oh my goodness!!!! PRAISE THE LORD!!!! She looks AMAZING!!!! What a beauty!!! Thank you so much, Jesus, for using the wisdom and skill of the Doctors, and for strengthening and healing dear Julia’s body. Amen.

    Love and continued prayers to the Cook family! Love, the Sera’s

  6. Our tears speak for themselves!

  7. Patricia says:

    My heart was mended too…. what a special little girl….thank you letting me do what feels much like the little drummer boy….love to your family….

  8. Love that little one.

  9. Judith Pickering says:

    Today’s blog is a beautiful act of worship, a celebration of God’s love. Zephaniah 3:17 may be a life verse for Julia. Love, Judith

  10. Jack & Joyce Hergenrather says:

    God has the whole world in his hands but he has Julia in his arms. Love you guys and will not cease to pray for you.

  11. Kenneth Tanner says:


  12. Pat Lange says:

    What a sweetie pie! Oh, so great to see her without all the tubes and her beautiful coloring making her look like a sweet little rosebud! Love her pretty smile, too. Praise God! Give her a kiss for me and a hug to Mom and Dad, too!

  13. Nancy Goodman says:

    Yes, our wee girl is back to herself. What a precious smile that over shadows that little irriration on her nose from the oxygen cannula that Jocelyn was worried about. This is a big change from Sunday – what joy – from the two pictures you would not know what a week our wee girl has had. You see such a happy face – the clothes cover the bruises and scares that will disappear in time

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