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Merry Christmas Eve everyone!! Hard to believe that Christmas is here, and 2012 is right around the corner. We feel so blessed that we are able to spend Christmas as a family. We take this time to reflect on what the meaning of Christmas is and ever yone of you have shown us the true meaning. It's family, compassion, it's giving and sharing without expecting or wanting anything in return. We are continually humbled by the huge hearts of the people who have supported Bryan, Tyler and Tabitha, and our family.
We want to thank everyone for their kind words and support in regards to the interview on Rock Center. It was a hard decision to make to do the interview but we were assured that we were making the right decision after asking Bryan more then once if he was OK with it. Every decision we have made up until now has been in Bryan's best interest, and it's comforting to know that we can now make decisions WITH Bryan.

After a couple weeks of noticing a change in Bryan's alertness, it was discovered that he had a bladder infection. He's on antibiotics and is doing better but is back to being tube fed until his swallowing gets better. We have been given the OK to give him mashed potatoes and gravy tomorrow during dinner. The bladder infection affected his therapies but he's now back on track. We have decorated his room, which helps him remember what holiday is coming up. His little tree is covered in beautiful ornaments that were sent to him, as well as ones Tyler and Tabitha made with him.

We want to take a moment also to say Happy Birthday to Matt Lee, who would have been 27 today. Not a day goes by that one of us doesn't think about you and we wear your bracelet right next to Bryan's.
We picked this song for our update because the lyrics are truly inspirational and beautiful. It's not the most touching version of this song, but it's for sure the most suiting for our heavy metal lover, Bryan.

From the Stow family to your family....we wish you all a safe and VERY Merry Christmas


# Jen Cowman
Saturday, December 24, 2011 6:30 PM
Awesome song! Wishing you a metal xmas too Bryan! Keep on Rockin! :) And a Merry Xmas to the Stows!
# Mona
Saturday, December 24, 2011 11:03 PM
Merry Christmas Bryan and Family. I wish all of you a happy day together. Peace and love from LA.
# Brenda K.
Sunday, December 25, 2011 1:48 AM
Merry Christmas to you all! I saw the interview and it made me so sad to see Bryan having to go through all this. The comments made by insensitive and ignorant people on certain websites are disgusting. Don't they think that the family has been through enough without constantly blaming the victim or his friends.

I hope that 2012 continues to be a year for you all to move forward. I hate seeing Bryan suffer and his family suffer. You all deserve more than this.
# Susie
Sunday, December 25, 2011 9:38 AM
It's so good to hear how well Bryan is doing. I continue to pray for him every day. Merry Christmas to you all.
# Paulio
Sunday, December 25, 2011 12:56 PM
Merry Christmas, Bryan! Merry Christmas, Stow Family! Normally I try to write something, but this time I think your update said it all. I'll look forward to more updates in the coming year.
Monday, December 26, 2011 2:21 AM
Merry Christmas Bryan and the Stow family.Was amazed by Bryan's interview.I pray for you daily.Love and blessings
Monday, December 26, 2011 2:23 AM
Opps it is still Christmas here in Hawaii.LOL
# Brenda V
Monday, December 26, 2011 7:55 AM
Mery Chirstmas! Prayers still going out your way.
# Bryan's Fan
Tuesday, December 27, 2011 5:30 PM
Hello! Just saw the photo of Bryan's tree... I love it! Hope you all enjoyed a wonderful Christmas!
Love and hugs from Santa Cruz. ♥
Tuesday, December 27, 2011 7:21 PM
Due to my daughters illness, it's been a while since we've written, but we still try to check in often to read about Bryan's progress. She is much, much better and gave me quite a scare, but I wanted to let you know through it all, she kept Bryan in her nightly prayers. Sending hugs out to the entire "Stowy" clan today and throughout the coming year!
# Claussen's Corner
Wednesday, December 28, 2011 10:52 AM
Saw the story on Rock Center with Brian Williams and thought everyone did a wonderful job in sharing Bryan's story and sending a message to those responsible for even having to DO this interview. I doubt they have any remorse but maybe it'll help the other idiots out there who think violence and hatred is the way to go!! All of us here are thinking of all of you there and wish you "CHEERS" for a happy and a better NEW Year!
With love,
Claussen's Corner
Angels Camp, CA
Friday, December 30, 2011 12:04 AM
Love and prayers continue each and every day for Bryan and family!
SO grateful for the progress Bry has made, and that the Stow's share his path with all of us!
The love and dedication of the Stow family and friends is an example and inspiration to all of us!
Hope, and renewal in the new year!...Love and prayers continue!...Deb
# Bryan's Fan
Saturday, December 31, 2011 7:59 PM
Hello All,
Best Wishes for a Fantastic New Year!!!
Peace and Love.
# Freda
Saturday, December 31, 2011 8:18 PM
Bryan & Family,

Wishing you a Very Happy New Year!!! I continue to pray for you and your family each day. I pray that God gives you all unconditional love, support and energy to get you through each day. You have made many friends through this year who love and care about you all. I hope the New Year brings more positive progress. Keep up the therapy Bryan!!
Take care and be safe...

With much love and positive energy from Colorado...

# Jay
Sunday, January 01, 2012 2:43 PM
Happy New Year Bryan and beautiful family!
I'm always thinking of you all and praying for Bryan's progress. Here's hoping 2012 brings good things to you all!

JJ the Nurse

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Bryan, Had to change e-mail sites as we no longer use Suddenlink and they closed our e-mail. Sorry to hear that you had to be in the hospital again. I know you will be recovering and on the mend. Prayers and thoughts are still coming you way on the wings of Angels blown by the West Texas winds. We are still in drought mode, but hopefully, the Good Lord will send rain our way before long. May you have a good summer. G

Update July 21, 2014
Wow. I've got so much sympathy for you guys. Seizures are rough.

My wife suddenly developed epilepsy about 10 years ago - she was in her 40s. The first time she had a seizure, I thought she was dying. It was a very traumatic thing to witness. Luckily, she only has seizures while asleep, so the risk of her hitting her head is very small. But for those of us (well, me) who witness her seizures, it's really frightening. So my hat is off to Bryan's caregiver who took the blow and helped Bryan avoid further trauma to his brain. That is heroic conduct.

Earlier this year, my wife decided that the side effects of her medication were frustrating/debilitating enough that she wanted to taper off her medicine. She did so. Approximately two months after going AED-free, she had a seizure, and then later that night she had a second seizure - two tonic-clonic seizures within about 5 hours. Her brain was so scrambled that she couldn't answer basic questions - she knew her name, but not mine; she couldn't tell me what month it was; and with her words badly slurred, she insisted that she wanted to watch TV but couldn't name a single program that she wanted to watch. After about 90 minutes her memory and comprehension returned, but overall it was quite a setback. It showed that she needs to be on AED medication, and like Bryan, this is a lifetime prescription. My wife's epilepsy is idiopathic while Bryan's is obviously symptomatic, but the end result is the same.

Stay strong, Stow family. Bryan yet lives despite all the injuries he sustained. He's trying to work his way back, but there are so many obstacles in his path. Those of us who have followed his journey know that he's a special guy, but he's human like the rest of us, and he's got foibles and limitations. That doesn't make him any less special. Maybe it makes him a bit more special: after all, he's the World Famous Mr. Bryan Stow.

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