Friday, August 15, 2008

At some point all the leaves must fall from the tree.

Moriah's condition has deteriorated.

She has been moved to a hospice house.

She'll be singing with the Angels soon.

Please keep praying, LOUD or soft.

God Bless
Dale

15 Comments:

Blogger John Bayless said...

Dale,
You are the most wonderful father I have ever had the honor of knowing. Bless you as you face these final days, knowing that you are in our thoughts and prayers...

Call me ANYTIME...

John Bayless 351-5947

4:09 PM  
Blogger Katie said...

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7:40 PM  
Blogger Katie said...

Dale,You've been so strong through everything the past few years.  Please know that I'm thinking and praying for You, Danielle, Moriah, and Mary.

7:42 PM  
Blogger Emily Rose said...

Dale, your strength and faith have always inspired us. We pray for your continued faith and peace. Moriah's beauty, both inside and out, will not ever be forgotten. We pray for her peaceful journey to heaven. Our love and prayers are with you. the Wilkinsons

10:01 PM  
Blogger Ramiro Duenes said...

Dale,
As I mentioned the last time I was with you. I have also personally experienced personal family challanges in the last two years. The strength you have shared has given me strength to accept the things I
cannot change....THANK YOU!! I prayed that your daughter would recover from the injuries suffered in the accident with her Mother. Her Mother will surely be one of the Angels she will be singing with. May the good Lord continue to give you & your daughter strength to go on without Mary, and Moriah, when she is also called to Heaven to be with her Mother.

The offer remains, should you feel the need, please phone me at anytime of day or night.....

Ramiro Duenes 507-250-1859

God Bless You.
Sincerely, Ramiro

8:12 AM  
Blogger Ryan and Amber P. said...

Dale,

Although we've never met (my husband, Ryan, has had the pleasure via Aaron M.) I check your blog on a regular basis always hoping that Moriah would recover from the accident. Your strength throughout the years has been amazing and an inspiration to me. I hope you know that there are a lot of people thinking and praying for you and your family.

Take care,
Amber

8:05 PM  
Blogger Jessica said...

Moriah was truly a beautiful and genuine person, who had a lot more to give. I have read your blog for the past two years and have admired your strength and wisdom, may you continue to be strong.

8:10 AM  
Blogger Mary Wanek said...

Dale--
Wally and I are so saddened to hear this news. We pray still. May the loving arms of our Lord Jesus surround you and your precious daughters, your family, friends, and all others who deeply care and who have hoped and prayed so much for Moriah's healing. Though our hearts are breaking on earth, we shall be made whole in heaven. Moriah is healed in Christ already.
---Mary and Wally Wanek

2:12 PM  
Blogger Deb & Steve said...

Dale-

We are also dedicated readers of this website. We can't begin to tell you how moved we have been with your courage & strength during these very difficult months.

Our prayers will be with all of you as Moriah takes this final journey. May God's eternal love provide you with some peace.

Wish our arms could reach through the miles to embrase you in a huge hug!

Deb & Steve Elliott

3:53 PM  
Blogger Sara said...

I had always debated on whether or not to comment on your blog until now. I was one of Moriah's nurses when she was admitted to the SICU. I've had hundreds of patients since then, but Moriah has always stayed with me. Despite what I know about people that have injuries similar to hers, I always hoped she would fully recover. I'm truly in awe of your faith and courage through this. Moriah and your family are in my prayers.

8:59 PM  
Blogger Anne said...

Dale,

Our hearts go out to you and Danielle. We pray that the Lord will continue to be your refuge and strength in the days ahead. Take care.

Anne and Maynard Moege

5:45 AM  
Blogger Lynn & Cathy said...

Dale,
We have been reading the blog and praying for Moriah's recovery for what seems like a very, very long time. We know it must seem like an eternity to you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your loved ones. We are sure Mary will welcome your angel Moriah home with open arms. Bless you for your strength and courage through this ordeal.

Cathy & Lynn

12:58 PM  
Blogger Emily Lawin said...

Dale & Danielle. Your strength has been an inspiration to us over the past few years. You are in our thoughts and prayers daily! We can't imagine how tough it is to say goodbye to Moriah. We wish you all peace as she is reunited with Mary.
-Emily Lawin + family

8:19 AM  
Blogger cara said...

I was saddened to hear about Moriah. I am a nurse from OWL, I was a CNA at the time she was there. She was just a beautiful young lady and has a wonderful family and set of friends. I checked your blog because I always hoped for her. Your family will be in my thoughts.
Cara

2:07 PM  
Blogger Jim & LuAnn said...

Dale & Danielle,
We have been checking this blog frequently over the years, and are saddened by the last entry. I ran across a beautiful photo of Moriah accidentally the same day we read this entry. The Lord moves in mysterious ways we know. Our thoughts and prayers have been and will continue to be with you.
Sincerely, LuAnn and Jim Johnson

10:12 AM  

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