How fast things happen
Friday, November 13, 2009
BIllys son Chaz will be coming in December to see him...That will be great for Bill and I hope Chaz is ok with seeing his dad in this condition. It is hard to se a man who once was so active, now lying in a nursing home bed with a trach, feeding tube and mitts on. Bill only weighs 113 lbs at 6'1". Chaz has not seen his dad for several years now. He does know about his condition and that he had been shot in the head three times but seeing is different than hearing about it. Please pray Chaz can handle this emotionally. He is a sweet smart boy and graduates this year from college. We are very proud of him. This has been a terrible thing for our entire family to go through but most of all our Billy. It is hard on his children and his siblings but mostly on his 88 year old Mother who lives with me. She goes up to se him almost everytime that I go. Billy know us and loves to see Momma. She holds his hand and he just seems to be totaly comforted by her touch. We never forget the touch of Momma's hands do we? God bless each of you and cherish your loved ones because they could be gone tomorrow in a second. Inonly 5 seconds and 3 gunshots, Billys life changed forever.