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Cheryl Loftis
Cheri
Yes, Jimmy is a trooper, but I believe his motivation is you and his family.
I wish so much I could wave a magic wand and this whole thing would be over.
The Bibles says God will never put more on you than He gives the ability to deal with it. I know small conselation in our mortal bodies.

You still have his beautiful smile and all the love int he world he has for you. always praying for you both.  <3
Thomas Colones
TC from UNC !
 Glad to hear Jimmy is recovery ....prayers for you both. Jimmy TC here....hey fellow  Tar Heel....hang in there and you need to get on the phone when your better and give  Roy and his Tar Heels a good talking to....Jimmy were O -3 in the ACC now.....  Your a trooper and prayers for your recovery . All the newsroom at WSPA. Sends their prayers to you and Jamie . Take care Jimmy & Jamie.........TC
Judi Hughes
Judi Hughes
Hi, Jaime and Jimmy - We'll be praying for a good outcome and fast healing, no infections or other problems - and peace for both of you.  Thanks for keeping us informed about Jimmy's progress.  You are both miracles!  Lauren told me that she and Gary had a great time visiting with the family during the holidays, and she said Jimmy looked great. (Both of you always look great!) We spent Thanksgiving in Melbourne Beach and got to visit with them quite a bit.  Take care and good luck with this new surgery - Love, Judi
Cheryl Loftis
Cheri
Haven't written in a while and I'm sorry.
I pray the surgery goes well and they can clear up things before it becomes a worse situation.
Still think of y'all often and can't imagine the challenges you have faced adn still do. You are stronger than you think! <3
holly watters
Holly Watters
Jaimie and Jimmy,

I have followed you since the day of Jimmy's accident, as my son sustained a C-4/5 complete SCI and spent five months at Shepherd in 2005-2006. We live in Spartanburg, so your accident hit close to home. You are amazing.

The Pulmonologist at Shepherd, who is still on staff, told us that because of Phillip's compromised diaphragm, he would never be able to completely wean from the vent. It took two tries, but Phillip was determined to prove him wrong. He worked hard, spent that dreaded night in ICU totally vent free, and he has never looked back. (At that time, the pacer surgery was just beginning to be done. I am almost sure I remember a guy down the hall having the first procedure at Shepherd shortly before we left). 

When we left Shepherd, Phillip still had a trach, and he kept it for several months. We suctioned A LOT while at Shepherd, and less when we came home. Still, the thought of not having that open airway if suctioning was needed was very scary. As things progressed and Phillip became more healthy, our otolaryngologist in Augusta felt the time was right to remove the trach. It took a big leap of faith to say yes. The secretions simply became a non-issue. Phillip takes two Mucinex a day and has since leaving Shepherd. Occasionally he'll get something caught in his airway but coughing him with him helping as much as he can, and we have never had a problem.

Keep the great attitude, and good luck to you both as you begin this new quest. I am betting on you.


Bobby Rettew
Bobby Rettew
Jimmy,

We do not know each other but we have a few things in common. I worked for WSPA-TV from 1997-1999 and Mary Lu trained me as the weekend show AP.

I became a photojournalist working all over the country, driving live trucks, doing all the things that put *us* in compromising situations. I have been following your path via Mary Lu and think...how many times I could be sitting right next to you.

Your strength, passion, and perseverance is truly breath taking. Now as a small business owner here in the upstate, your story inspires me each time I read an update. I look forward to one day being able to shake your hand!

God Speed!
BR 
Sandra Reid
Sandra Reid
This is really amazing news! No surprise, Jimmy Moore is amazing! We talk about you guys and think of you often.  You are an inspiration Jimmy and Jamie!

Blessed is the man who perserveres under trial, because when he has stood the test, he will receive the crown of life that God has promised to those who love him. James 1:12
Love you guys!
Jacki Bruning
Jacki Bruning
Awesome news Jamie!  So happy  for you!  So sorry we didn't get to say goodbye, but we will be back in a couple of months.  Thank you and Jimmie so much for coming to see Jon David!  I really appreciate you two!  Good luck will be waitng to hear the vent s GONE!
jacki Bruning
Cheryl Loftis
Cheri
Yes, Jimmy is a trooper, but I believe his motivation is you and his family.
I wish so much I could wave a magic wand and this whole thing would be over.
The Bibles says God will never put more on you than He gives the ability to deal with it. I know small conselation in our mortal bodies.

You still have his beautiful smile and all the love int he world he has for you. always praying for you both.  <3
Judi Hughes
Judi Hughes
Hi, Jaime and Jimmy - We'll be praying for a good outcome and fast healing, no infections or other problems - and peace for both of you.  Thanks for keeping us informed about Jimmy's progress.  You are both miracles!  Lauren told me that she and Gary had a great time visiting with the family during the holidays, and she said Jimmy looked great. (Both of you always look great!) We spent Thanksgiving in Melbourne Beach and got to visit with them quite a bit.  Take care and good luck with this new surgery - Love, Judi
Cheryl Loftis
Cheri
Haven't written in a while and I'm sorry.
I pray the surgery goes well and they can clear up things before it becomes a worse situation.
Still think of y'all often and can't imagine the challenges you have faced adn still do. You are stronger than you think! <3
holly watters
Holly Watters
Jaimie and Jimmy,

I have followed you since the day of Jimmy's accident, as my son sustained a C-4/5 complete SCI and spent five months at Shepherd in 2005-2006. We live in Spartanburg, so your accident hit close to home. You are amazing.

The Pulmonologist at Shepherd, who is still on staff, told us that because of Phillip's compromised diaphragm, he would never be able to completely wean from the vent. It took two tries, but Phillip was determined to prove him wrong. He worked hard, spent that dreaded night in ICU totally vent free, and he has never looked back. (At that time, the pacer surgery was just beginning to be done. I am almost sure I remember a guy down the hall having the first procedure at Shepherd shortly before we left). 

When we left Shepherd, Phillip still had a trach, and he kept it for several months. We suctioned A LOT while at Shepherd, and less when we came home. Still, the thought of not having that open airway if suctioning was needed was very scary. As things progressed and Phillip became more healthy, our otolaryngologist in Augusta felt the time was right to remove the trach. It took a big leap of faith to say yes. The secretions simply became a non-issue. Phillip takes two Mucinex a day and has since leaving Shepherd. Occasionally he'll get something caught in his airway but coughing him with him helping as much as he can, and we have never had a problem.

Keep the great attitude, and good luck to you both as you begin this new quest. I am betting on you.


Sandra Reid
Sandra Reid
This is really amazing news! No surprise, Jimmy Moore is amazing! We talk about you guys and think of you often.  You are an inspiration Jimmy and Jamie!

Blessed is the man who perserveres under trial, because when he has stood the test, he will receive the crown of life that God has promised to those who love him. James 1:12
Love you guys!
Thomas Colones
TC from UNC !
 Glad to hear Jimmy is recovery ....prayers for you both. Jimmy TC here....hey fellow  Tar Heel....hang in there and you need to get on the phone when your better and give  Roy and his Tar Heels a good talking to....Jimmy were O -3 in the ACC now.....  Your a trooper and prayers for your recovery . All the newsroom at WSPA. Sends their prayers to you and Jamie . Take care Jimmy & Jamie.........TC
Bobby Rettew
Bobby Rettew
Jimmy,

We do not know each other but we have a few things in common. I worked for WSPA-TV from 1997-1999 and Mary Lu trained me as the weekend show AP.

I became a photojournalist working all over the country, driving live trucks, doing all the things that put *us* in compromising situations. I have been following your path via Mary Lu and think...how many times I could be sitting right next to you.

Your strength, passion, and perseverance is truly breath taking. Now as a small business owner here in the upstate, your story inspires me each time I read an update. I look forward to one day being able to shake your hand!

God Speed!
BR 
Jacki Bruning
Jacki Bruning
Awesome news Jamie!  So happy  for you!  So sorry we didn't get to say goodbye, but we will be back in a couple of months.  Thank you and Jimmie so much for coming to see Jon David!  I really appreciate you two!  Good luck will be waitng to hear the vent s GONE!
jacki Bruning
Cheryl Loftis
Cheri
Yes, Jimmy is a trooper, but I believe his motivation is you and his family.
I wish so much I could wave a magic wand and this whole thing would be over.
The Bibles says God will never put more on you than He gives the ability to deal with it. I know small conselation in our mortal bodies.

You still have his beautiful smile and all the love int he world he has for you. always praying for you both.  <3
Cheryl Loftis
Cheri
Haven't written in a while and I'm sorry.
I pray the surgery goes well and they can clear up things before it becomes a worse situation.
Still think of y'all often and can't imagine the challenges you have faced adn still do. You are stronger than you think! <3
holly watters
Holly Watters
Jaimie and Jimmy,

I have followed you since the day of Jimmy's accident, as my son sustained a C-4/5 complete SCI and spent five months at Shepherd in 2005-2006. We live in Spartanburg, so your accident hit close to home. You are amazing.

The Pulmonologist at Shepherd, who is still on staff, told us that because of Phillip's compromised diaphragm, he would never be able to completely wean from the vent. It took two tries, but Phillip was determined to prove him wrong. He worked hard, spent that dreaded night in ICU totally vent free, and he has never looked back. (At that time, the pacer surgery was just beginning to be done. I am almost sure I remember a guy down the hall having the first procedure at Shepherd shortly before we left). 

When we left Shepherd, Phillip still had a trach, and he kept it for several months. We suctioned A LOT while at Shepherd, and less when we came home. Still, the thought of not having that open airway if suctioning was needed was very scary. As things progressed and Phillip became more healthy, our otolaryngologist in Augusta felt the time was right to remove the trach. It took a big leap of faith to say yes. The secretions simply became a non-issue. Phillip takes two Mucinex a day and has since leaving Shepherd. Occasionally he'll get something caught in his airway but coughing him with him helping as much as he can, and we have never had a problem.

Keep the great attitude, and good luck to you both as you begin this new quest. I am betting on you.


Thomas Colones
TC from UNC !
 Glad to hear Jimmy is recovery ....prayers for you both. Jimmy TC here....hey fellow  Tar Heel....hang in there and you need to get on the phone when your better and give  Roy and his Tar Heels a good talking to....Jimmy were O -3 in the ACC now.....  Your a trooper and prayers for your recovery . All the newsroom at WSPA. Sends their prayers to you and Jamie . Take care Jimmy & Jamie.........TC
Judi Hughes
Judi Hughes
Hi, Jaime and Jimmy - We'll be praying for a good outcome and fast healing, no infections or other problems - and peace for both of you.  Thanks for keeping us informed about Jimmy's progress.  You are both miracles!  Lauren told me that she and Gary had a great time visiting with the family during the holidays, and she said Jimmy looked great. (Both of you always look great!) We spent Thanksgiving in Melbourne Beach and got to visit with them quite a bit.  Take care and good luck with this new surgery - Love, Judi
Bobby Rettew
Bobby Rettew
Jimmy,

We do not know each other but we have a few things in common. I worked for WSPA-TV from 1997-1999 and Mary Lu trained me as the weekend show AP.

I became a photojournalist working all over the country, driving live trucks, doing all the things that put *us* in compromising situations. I have been following your path via Mary Lu and think...how many times I could be sitting right next to you.

Your strength, passion, and perseverance is truly breath taking. Now as a small business owner here in the upstate, your story inspires me each time I read an update. I look forward to one day being able to shake your hand!

God Speed!
BR 
Sandra Reid
Sandra Reid
This is really amazing news! No surprise, Jimmy Moore is amazing! We talk about you guys and think of you often.  You are an inspiration Jimmy and Jamie!

Blessed is the man who perserveres under trial, because when he has stood the test, he will receive the crown of life that God has promised to those who love him. James 1:12
Love you guys!
Jacki Bruning
Jacki Bruning
Awesome news Jamie!  So happy  for you!  So sorry we didn't get to say goodbye, but we will be back in a couple of months.  Thank you and Jimmie so much for coming to see Jon David!  I really appreciate you two!  Good luck will be waitng to hear the vent s GONE!
jacki Bruning