Quick Anthony Update

Miss Rosemary , Anthony’s grandmother that was involved in the attack , stopped in and visited for a few minutes today. Anthony is still in Boston and she said that he will be there for quiet awhile but that his spirits are high. She also showed me a picture of Anthony in the hospital here before he was flown to Boston. He looked much different than he did the first and only time that I saw him which was…anyway , he looked good. His head was bandaged completely and they had popped his eye back in and this little warrior was actually smiling for the camera!! God bless him and all of you that have prayed and asked about this little boy that none of us knew!! God IS Great! And so are y’all. Thank You.


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19 Responses to Quick Anthony Update

  1. That’s wonderful to hear! How’s the Grandmother fairing?

  2. PRAISE THE LORD!! HE answers prayer…I am so glad anthony is doing better of course we must continue to pray for this child. As for the neighbors, please make sure Miss Rosemary knows to document everything and perhaps you can put a bug in the detectives ear that the harrassment is ongoing, as Miss Rosemary may not realize the severity of something like that or may be afraid or embarassed by it. thank you again eddie for what you did for that child you are truly a guarcian angel …oops I have told you that before haven’t I? God Bless you abundantly my brother in Christ!!!

  3. terry1954 says:

    ohhhh this is good news that he was smiling………….thanks for keeping me updated

  4. e1aine says:

    Thanks for the update. I have been away, but checked in the minute I arrived home to see if there is any news.

  5. Sharon says:

    Thank you for the update! The situation is still fresh on our minds! VERY similar to a past student’s younger brother approx 12 yrs ago. It does take a whole community to care for a community.

    • I am so sorry that this happened to someone else. Whether it was twelve years ago or last week it is an experience that will never go away. The best you can hope for is to learn to deal with it in a healthy way.

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