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Visiting Suzanne (Part Five)
By Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Thursday, May 15, 2008

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Much to her mother's delight, Suzanne has finally emerged from her lengthy coma.

Much as I can't believe what's happened, I am tickled pink at the latest development in my daughter's outcome.

As you know from previous entries, my daughter, my beautiful 19-year-old angel, was stricken with a brain aneurysm over one year ago.  She's languished in a lengthy coma; doctors were uncertain as to whether she would ever wake up again.  Now she's awake, becoming more aware of her surroundings, which has been nothing short of a miracle!

She woke up fully last week, and she's been trying to figure out where she is, who everyone is.  She does know who I am:  the day where she woke up, she saw my face, broke out in a huge smile, the first time I've seen  her smile since this happened to her. 

I think she recognized me, that I am her mother.

When I saw that beautiful smile, I broke down and cried; however, unlike the past times I've cried, this time was for joy.  My daughter is starting to come back from her coma.  Now while her future is still uncertain, the fact that she's emerged from the coma is a huge step forward; there's nowhere to go but forward, try to get her back to where she was prior to the aneurysm.

If she could walk or talk again, that would be a major answer to prayer!  We have our church praying, rallying around her, and we've come this far; we are not going to look back!  God has something major in store for Suzanne, and we are excited to see just what that will be!

I will keep in touch regarding her prognosis, her continuing period of recovery!  You haven't heard the last of Suzanne's story just yet!!

Suzanne's situation is living proof of God DOES exist, and that with Him, all things ARE possible!!

I'm so happy these days it's all I can do to keep from crying!!


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Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen 5/18/2008
Thats wonderful, with the Lord anything is possible, the fact that you and I are here for such a time is this is certainly proof of that, thank you for sharing.
God Bless
Michelle!
Reviewed by Robert Blackwell 5/17/2008
You put so depth in these stories that it is hard for some to distinguish fiction from fact. Nicely done!
Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat 5/16/2008
Karen, I am so happy for you. I can't imagine the exhiliration you must feel after finally getting over such a tragedy. If we wait long enough, and sometimes that's forever, God comes across.

I'm also glad you got your site back.

Much love,
Mary
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 5/16/2008
Now she's awake, becoming more aware of her surroundings, which has been nothing short of a miracle!

I love hearing about miracles, and nice to see you posting again, too!
Reviewed by d. k 5/16/2008
Definitely these are the words a mother feels when her son/daughter has made such a huge leap in regards to the medical world. So often parents are told there is no hope for a full recovery, well with Suzanne's church and family rallying behind her she can only go up. A most inspiring write my friend! Keep up the great work!

Smiles,
Dorothy
Reviewed by Susie McCray 5/16/2008
Very touching story. I really hope Suzanne comes through this trial rejuvenated.
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 5/16/2008
I told you before, the good doctors say Nay, but the good Lord says Yeah!

Georg
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 5/16/2008
Karen I love it when there is a happy ending. Another great write by one of our greatest. Thank you for sharing and for writing like no one else can.

Newfie Hugs are on the way, Rose
Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper 5/16/2008
Karen, your story is so life-like, its hard to believe it's just fiction. You're really good at putting realism in your stories.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 5/15/2008
Good that this one is turning to a happy ending.

Fee
Reviewed by Paul Berube 5/15/2008
Great story of God's love and compassion Karen. Well done.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price 5/15/2008
I love this miracle story. Excellent Liz
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 5/15/2008
Inspirational and angelic, perhaps Suzanne's coma will constitute the rest of her life as a Point of Light to guide others in their determination and will to live. A miracle is always well worth writing about. Thanks for the continued story today, Karen Lynn.

Love,
Sage
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 5/15/2008
So good to hear of Suzanne's reawakening - well done, Karen!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Cryssa C 5/15/2008
Beautiful! The Lord doesn't disappoint...
Cryssa
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 5/15/2008
great story Karen, hope the little girl recovers, of course with you in control of the story, she will. Too bad we can't control things like that in real life, hugs my dear

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