yep its me again asking for things.i hate that most of my post are all negitive and needy post but i guess my life is always crisis.but here's the story,my best friend who i look up to as a older brother he is 57 his name is Jesse.he got in a motorcycle accident the other day is in critical condition.he has two punchered lungs a broken pelvic bone and broke ankle.he has been in a coma since wed.when it happend i just found out yesterday since i havent been out of the house much since my surgery.i went to see him today and since i saw him his wife has called me twice he keeps getting worse.they need to do surgery to find out whats all wrong with his insides but cant do any kind of surgery till they get his blood pressure up.he has started getting a fever and white blood cell count is going down,which means he is proballly getting a infection.i have been worried sick and hope he pulls out of this.if he does come out of this he will be in the hospital for months until he gets better.i just hope he gets better and they can help him.i reallly feel bad for his wife she seems so alone right now.i would just like for you guys to keep him and his wife in your prayers.as i know prayer works .my doctors told me it was a miricle that the two eye surgeries they did on me actually helped my sight.if any of you guys ever need anything and i can help i will be there in a minute.
Toro: I am sorry about your friend I have already put him on my list, it looks like I need to get a larger notebook! but I always have time to pray for those who are in need of comfort and healing as well as direction as Jessie's wife will need. I ask the Father NOW to let her know his will and to comfort her and give her the strength to carry on and not to worry as it is now in His hands and we must follow his will I ask the Creator that Jessie be at peace in his coma until he has recovered enough to awake again and begin the hard road of recovery, I also thank you Father for all of the blessings you have bestowed on our members and ask for your continuing help. AHO
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