I am posting this update because I know that most of Lodie’s friends have no way of getting in touch with him and would like to know how he is doing. After his release from the day hospital in Pretoria, he wanted to return to his home at all cost. It soon became clear that he needed constant care and therefore was admitted to a care facility in his hometown, Naboomspruit, on 11 December 2014. As soon as he becomes stronger, he would like to return home again. He will start with physiotherapy on Monday, 15 December. His doctors are trying to manage his pain, and Lodie is still positive.
Thank you once again for all the messages of support, and the prayers for Lodie.
It is greatly appreciated.
Dankie en sterkte vir julle.
God bless you, Dorette. God bless you, Lodie. May our dear Lord lift all pain and burden from your shoulders and fill your soul with peace, and make you comfortable. .
Thank you so much Dorette. We do hope that Lodie is comfortable and his pain can be managed. Also it would be so wonderful to hear when he can be home again. Please send our love, Patricia and Bernd Tesch.
Baie dankie vir die “update”, waardeer dit baie. Glo dit is moeilik vir julle almal om ons sterk, positiewe Lodie so te sien, maar ons bid elke dag vir SY genade en sien saam met hom uit om na sy eie huis te gaan. Gee hom ‘n drukkie van al die Lombards.
Baie dankie vir die nuutste nuus, Dorette. Waardeer dit. Sê asb vir Lodie baie groete en sterkte. Ons bid voortdurend vir hom. Groete. Petro Botes
Dit is goed om dit te hoor. Lodie sal altyd positief bly.
Lodie is in our prayers.
We hope that he will get strength.
He is always in our thoughts.
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Lodie posted: “Dear friends, I am posting this update because I know that most of Lodie’s friends have no way of getting in touch with him and would like to know how he is doing. After his release from the day hospital in Pretoria, he wanted to return to his home at al”