Here's the deal

On February 4, 2012 Wesley was in a skiing accident and broke his neck. He is 16 years old and is planning to graduate high school this year. There are not many 16 year old boys as amazing as he is. He is kind, thoughtful, and good date on his progress. I will make sure Wesley gets to read every comment this blog receives. My siblings and I will try to keep this blog current.

Friday, February 10, 2012

Hurray for Wesley

Hello everyone.  This  is Dallin.  Today was just a great day.  I got to Montana today and I was excited to see Wesley.  We went to go see him as soon as we landed and have been with him the whole time.  I was able to talk with him today and he did not look super comfortable.  He likes to have his arms and legs stretched our and rubbed.  He can almost be hypersensitive with somethings. Even if his gown has a fold in it and he is laying on it he notices it and needs us to fix it.  We are glad he is feeling things.  He smiled a few times when making jokes about Nate Judd or when he hears about his neices and nephews.  The docs wanted to see how Wesley's blood pressure would do if we stood him up.  The docs expected his blood pressure to drop and him to black out but he did awesome.  His blood pressure stayed constant and we got him up to 60 degrees.  We will shortly post pics about it.  This was quite the miracle.  I think he liked to be up vertical but after he was pretty tired and took a nice nap.  While he was standing up I had to make a short joke and it made him smile.  Overall it was a great day.  Wesley Greene day was AWESOME!!!!!  Thank you everyone for participating and for all the pics.  Also come to find all the of the different denominations in Three Forks also had prayer meetings for Wesley.  We will have another post tonight.  Thanks again for everything and the prayers.

1 comment:

  1. So grateful for your update and the good news today! Word of Wesley has reached far and wide... I am one of many strangers who are now following his progress. I grew up with your Aunt Gina and remember your father as a "big brother" running around the house. Your great grandfather, Jess Buckner, was our home teacher for many years. Thankfully, The Church is a small world. We pray for Wesley's progress and recovery and wish your family strength in the coming days.
    Anne Shores Burns