Journal entry by Kurt Zuehlke

We had a powerful day.   We could feel the prayers coming in from all over at 10:00.  I had the goose bumps for nearly an hour, and you could feel something was going on. You could feel the energy in the room. 
I wish this was something where you could slap a cast on it and head out the door. We need to remind ourselves that this is going to be a marathon and go really slow and take a lot of time.
Trevor is no longer getting the sedation medicine. It could take quite a while to get it all out of his system. And there are just so many unknowns. We are getting some good responses I think. But I know how hard it is for me to wake up after taking NyQuil one time the night before. I can’t imagine how hard it must be after being on a constant drip of sleep medicine for as long as Trevor has been. 
We keep hearing of schools wearing Trevor shirts, kids from rival towns praying together, fundraisers, and decorating things for Trevor.  This support means the world to Trevor and us as we sit here and wait and listen to the noises in the hospital room. Thank you for keeping us all going.  
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