Here's the Sunday Night Update:
Logan is doing ok, aside from some fluid collection in his eye cavity that we've struggled with for the past day or so. Apparently the very thin bone which separates the eye from the facial cavity has been somewhat eroded by the intense infection; consequently this allows seepage of fluid into the eye area, especially when he is lying down, sleeping, etc. He had quite a painful evening yesterday, but has done better today, letting gravity keep the area clear. He has had several doses of pain medicine to help him with the discomfort (which I learned he was keeping from me, afraid that something was wrong again - poor baby). The fluid has seeped out throughout the day and he is looking and feeling better. No more lying flat until that bone has a chance to grow back again. He should get his PICC line reinserted tomorrow for at least 6 more weeks of Vancomycin and will probably be released to come home on Tuesday.
Our new "home" on the language school campus is very nice. We have now lived in Apartments 19, 14 and 16 on this campus. I am so very thankful that it worked out for us to live here during the next few weeks. Beth and Maria helped me yesterday, arranging things, making beds, setting up housekeeping, etc. In order to live here, we had to be employees or students. Marc decided to redo a couple second semester classes in the Language School, to secure this housing for his family. It will keep him current in Spanish as a side benefit.
Oh yeah. Another exciting first! Marc translated for John Parker this morning at our church in Soledad. It was his first time to translate from English to Spanish - much harder! I wasn't there, but Beth said he did a great job - I'm so proud of him! Special prayer was made for Logan at the end of the service there at Soledad. I got to hear some of a clip of the prayer time. To hear the fervency of the people praying was so uplifting to me. Thank you so very much to all of you who have contacted us to know special prayer has been made in Logan's behalf. I cannot tell you what a lift to our spirits that is!
Marc is at the hospital with Logan tonight - I'm going to try to get some sleep in a real bed. Not sitting up in a chair.