Friday, January 23, 2009

Prayers Answered...

Hello All,

I asked one blog entry ago for your prayers. Tonight, I am able to post some results. First, with regard to George Sabolick. George had a massive heart attack on Sunday while attending the N.A.M.M. (National Association Of Music Merchants) show in Anaheim. Because of the trauma of the event, he was put into an induced coma and the fear at the time was that if he made it through surgery, there would likely be some brain damage. Thankfully, the surgery was a success and as of last night, George was talking and accepting visitors!

Though I have only had a few conversations with George and his wife Donna, I have spent quite a bit more time with the Sabolick Twins, my rhythm section mates, Adam and Jordan. Bass player and guitar player respectively, I genuinely love these guys and am thankful that their Dad is alright. They had to travel back from a national tour to be here, and both acknowledge the Lord's hand in bringing them back. For their sakes, I prayed the hardest, not wanting them to lose their Father.

On the home front for the Sanchez family, Renae also emerged from her surgery Monday morning, drowsy and a little out of it. Renae's adenoids, as suspected, were very infected when removed. We hope that these are the cause of what has been a history of poor health in her life. Her mom REALLY HOPES that this was the root cause, if you know what I mean!? As for the surgery itself, I was told that she was commended by the doctors and nurses for being a model patient. She has been slowly recovering her equilibrium over the week and seems to be well on her way to better health. She will be back at school on Monday, but cannot do P.E. or run and play like she is accustomed to. If you would like to pray that she would be able to have fun without being her usual crazy self, that would be appreciated!

Thank you again for your prayers.

Blessings...To Our Friends,
Frank Sanchez

1 comment:

Cowen Family said...

Blessed to know it all went well. Seems to be the season of surgeries with loved ones both near and far. We will continue to pray for recovery.