Good evening to all! Hope you all had a restful Sunday. It was a quiet day of rest for Clay. He was not taken off of the paralytic drip today. The doctors want to look at the grafts tomorrow and then make a decision. If the doctors are pleased with the grafts, then he will probably be taken off of the paralytic. He has the Pseudomonas bacteria growing in his lungs and this will be treated with an antibiotic tonight. We were told that this is a common problem in patients hospitalized with burns. It will also be helpful when he can help cough it up on his own. His eyes, feet, legs, etc. are swollen; although, this could be a result of the IV fluids that he is receiving. They had stopped his tube feedings on Friday, before surgery. They started the tube feedings back, in small amounts, after surgery. They were able to increase the volume of his tube feedings today, and this made us feel better. We are not sure if Clay will have another surgery this week or not. We are so thankful for all our ICU nurses, doctors, therapists, etc. We have grown to love them all, during our time here. We are especially thankful for our heavenly Father who guides and keeps us. Our hearts go out to the other patients in the burn unit along with their families. Chance and the boys headed home this evening. It's always sad when we part again. We are thankful for all of you & hope you have a good night.