Sunday 10:45 AM

Today is a good day. Scott is feeling much better. One of his nephorogists came by and said Scott was progressing very well. Creatinine down from over 9 on the 10th of Feb to 1.5 today. Dr Klintmalm just came in for rounds and pronounced Scott’s progress “incredible”…Scott can elaborate on the projection and prognosis later. Don

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About sskelton

42 years old. 2 lovely daughters. Married to high school sweetheart for 20 years. Interest included photography and motorcycles. Time is spent with family, church and youth soccer teams. And I practice law some too.
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4 Responses to Sunday 10:45 AM

  1. Becky Russell says:

    Scott, II was thinking about you today (as I often do lately)….and remembering some years ago when you were in the hospital at Scottish Rite…..and I believe one of the friends you had made….couldn’t speak English. Jim scouted all Dallas trying to find comic books in Spanish….I don’t remember if we found them or not…but I remember the search. Long ago and far away that memory….but same young fellow, same incredible family….same church family lifting you up in prayer and love…and God’s hand continues to cradle your life. What an inspiration you all are to us! We love you….and continue to pray.

  2. Connie Porter says:

    Hi Scott!

    I was going to send you a get well card but did not know where to send it and today in church they had your blog or whatever it is called in the bulletin. This is really cool that we can e-mail you and keep up with how you are doing. Sounds like everything is going really great. What a friend you have! We have been thinking of you all week and praying that everything will go well and it sounds like our prayers have been answered. We will keep praying for you and your family and pray for everything to continue to go well and will also pray for Shelia and the girls. We missed seeing you up there singing this morning! Your really look a lot better already in the picture of you and your friend! Keep up the good work and I know that recovery is work!

    Connie Porter

  3. Sandy & Paula Sandlin says:

    Hey Scott, again, we are Kim Pember’s parents in Denison, and we know your mom and dad. Very grateful that all is well with you and Keith. We will continue to pray for good kidney function and your good health.
    Sandy & Paula

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