Just wanted to give a quick update to share an answered prayer.
Well, the staff whisked Dad into his angiogram around 8:30 this morning. After several "shots" the radiologist couldn't find "anything." He wasn't even able to find the exact location of the vessel structure where all this drama occured. The radiologist said the vessels might have clotted themselves and the excessive bleeding was due to dad taking a baby aspirin every day. Lest you think this blood is a figment of our imagination, the CT scans from Baylor at Grapevine displayed copious amounts of blood. and we did watch it drain out of his head for 6 days.
At that time, they determined the bleeding originated near the top of his head, as opposed to the brain stem, which provides a more hopeful prognosis.
Dad is conscious, but in quite a bit of pain (after being clamped to the bed) after the angiogram. He is unable to get comfortable or really sleep, so please pray these would be short-lived side effects. His head is very uncomfortable as he can't really move, so we are praying for rest. They are monitoring his blood pressure, other meds, etc.
As mom and I ran dad's route around the pond before dawn, she reminded me of something Tony Evans shared with her seminary class. "Instead of telling God about your problems, try telling your problems about God." We told that angiogram (and any ducks who were listening) that our God is much bigger than it and He is soverign over everything.
Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.