Monday, June 30, 2008

On his way home

Brock's Dr, or rather the one at the hospital, decided he had some sort of acid reflux to the point that it has damaged his esophagus. The pain is still there and they expect it will be for another day or so. He has meds to take for 30 days and then he is suppose to be okay. Strange to me that his esophagus can cause him pain in the middle portion of his stomach but apparently that is where the esophagus begins...or that is the way I understood.

Thank you for all your thoughts and prayers. We really do appreciate it.


Anonymous said...

Wow. I am so glad he is okay. Thanks for letting us know.

Ashley said...

Yes Im glad he is okay too. Brock taught my sunday school class back when he was first married. I really remember what a good teacher he was and the things he taught me. I remember when erin was first pregnant, and he told our class how if it was a girl it would be Elora and if it was a boy it would be Anden. Dont ask why I remember that... I just really thought those names were so neat.

I found your blog from your niece Carleys... I was browsing blogs, and found carleys on a friends, and then found yours!!


Ashley said...


Jill said...

Wow, what a memory you have Ashley! Those were exactly the names they had chosen.
We just took Elora out to dinner. She had no shoes since they brought her over here in her sleep this morning. We could not convince her it was okay to go barefoot. The only shoes she could possibly wear were the Cinderella dress up heels we had in the playroom. As she hobbled in the restaurant on those plastic heels she said to me, "This is the most embarrassing night of my life!" She's too funny.

Brock said...

Oh, and lest I forget...Mom, sorry I was in such a hurry to get home. I was in such a haze that I don't know if I took the time to thank you and Dennis for all your help today. I don't know what we would have done without you.

Anonymous said...

Dear Jill,

Wow, life goes up and down quickly doesn't it?! We were glad to hear Brock is home from the hospital, but what a strange diagnosis. Hopefully, the new tests in 30 days will be more explicit--or not. As long as he is okay.

What a blessing that you live nearby so Brock and Erin could "lean on you," and the girls could have good care while they were dealing with one of life's trials.

The story of your engagement was priceless. We loved hearing about it.

We're also glad the air has cleared so your chest doesn't have to hurt while you're also home bound.

Elora is too too funny.

Love, Susan and Dad

Brock said...

Um...I could have sworn I had another comment on here. What happened?