Jack Vasel Auction
OK, the auction is over! Once again, from the bottom of my heart - thanks to all of those who bid or offered up games. I never expected such a response.
As of such, the bookkeeping here will take a while, sorry!
I've not done one of these before, so here's what we'll do.
Once I get the money for each won game, I will notate that under the game's heading. At that point, the person offering the game knows that it was paid for, and can contact the bidder to send it to them (I'll obviously just send my games out myself).
I will send BGG payment myself for the 3% of the total amount (which comes out to around $7500 - thanks!) I'll also send shipping fees to those who want/need it.
Again, there are a lot of entries, so this will take me the entire weekend, likely. Thanks again for being involved!
My paypal address it email@example.com
So thanks a lot - Laura thanks you, and probably Jack will too!!
I'll also use this geeklist as my current Jack update.
Jack is doing better - he's come off a couple more medicines. His breathing is still improving. However, he had to go on a few more medications for seizures - the doctor thinks that he may have gotten Menagitus from the initial onset of E.Coli. We are waiting and seeing.
Jack has improved since last week, and we are excited to see each step forward. But the doctors have cautioned us - as we caution all of you - these steps are slow, and he is still in very, very critical care. He could die very easily, although the doctors and nurses have more hope than they did last week. I guess he was the sickest kid in ICU, and probably still is. But we are thankful that we've had him this long. His two biggest problems are the seizures and his breathing at this point.
Wow. Thanks everyone, it's greatly appreciated.
Jack has really improved physically. He is off all the drips except two, and his nurse is actually watching him and another baby now, which means he's in slightly less danger.
Sadly, the neurologist has told me that because of the virus hitting his brain, that there is an 80% chance he'll have a severe mental handicap. We still don't know at this point, but there's only a 5% chance of him being "normal."
Jack is doing much better. He is off the ventilator, and mostly breathing on his own at this point. His medicines keep decreasing also. It was an excellent Saturday for him. Doctors say he should come home in January.
Jack continues to improve physically. He's starting to breathe on his own, albeit a little fast. I'm still amazed that he went from near death two weeks ago to me finally holding him yesterday.
Well, a step back, I guess. Jack has some more abdomen problems, so they've stopped his feeding for now. Other than that, he's been fairly stable. 15 days!
Jack is scheduled for another EEG today. His breathing and eating are improving, just shy of where they should be.
I apologize for lack of updates, but I'm kind of waiting with bated breath, also. Jack is currently undergoing another EEG and another MRI. His breathing and eating are stable, but haven't really improved. I don't know that I know more until Sunday at this point.
Jack is still stable - still undergoing the EEG - it will finish this afternoon. I should know more tomorrow.
Now that the auction is over (mostly), I'm [thread=5912145]going to start updating in this thread.[/thread] Thanks!!
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