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they have her off the paralytic drugs for 24hours now, as of 2pm CST on tuesday. They are trying to wake her up. The normal reactions at this point, she is exhibiting .. she twitches, and does respond to pain stimulus. The twitching is a normal reaction to coming off the paralytic drugs. she blinks her eyes and I think she actually is blinking them twice when asked to do so. she's starting to wake up. Techncially she is still about a six on a 3-15 coma scale (anything below an 8 is still considered a coma), but she is still waking up. just an update... im trying to get a blog going so people can stay updated without a daily posting here...

-RJC

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What a way to start off another glorious day...

The fact that she actually responds and is blinking her eyes when asked.....you know that her "forest" is made up of mighty Redwoods....

All my bestest of karma pointing in your direction.

02MonsterMike

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This is the sort of thing that makes this board so valuable. The car stuff is great, but being able to support one another is what's really worthwhile.

We brought you folks up at church Sunday, both in our choir rehearsal and in our Sunday School class. Lots of people praying for y'all from little Wilmore, Kentucky.

By the way, how's mini Cooper doing?

-Dave

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and have Cooper communicate too. I think the coma care experts encourage verbal/physical communication with patients- some how, the familar voice and touch of loved ones re-fires dormant neurons and hastens consciousness. With you all the way Rob- thank you for the updates and the good news that the critical Monday/Tuesday swelling period seems to have passed by without problems.///

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