...these last few weeks have been hard. And I know that many other families can say the same. How I pray that we may encourage each other, and lift each other up in prayer. I haven’t said much, because we haven’t been sure of what is wrong; but Landon has been in the hospital and at the Dr.’s office often the last week. Something is wrong in his tummy, and we are still searching for answers. So far the blood work is negative for the “bad” diseases - and that is good. However, every day Landon is on the couch, moaning in pain, and that is bad. Tomorrow we will have an outpatient surgery looking into other possibilities.
I hate seeing him in pain, of course, but the other stress for me has been that we just started our new home school schedule and yet, “I can’t do it all”, so the home education has to be put off for now while I take Landon to various appointments. That means make up some where.
And here is something interesting in a “oh my gosh, that is a monster”...
...see that mushroom shape sticking out where it says “Here”? That is the bone spurt that is crippling Caresse’s shoulder. I know...it’s HUGE! We are suppose to meet with the 2nd surgeon on the 31st of this month and get a surgery plan in place.
Now all that is good and all I can think is that “Thank goodness the LORD is in control of all things”, because if things go right Steve and I will be on an airplane to China within a few days of Caresse’s appointment to bring home Clive and Noelani. (Do you hear my nervous, eye twitching giggle?) .
Also...(there are usually “also’s” aren’t there?)...our leach field has failed (a few thousand dollars to fix), the bladder on our well pump has broke (SEVERAL hundred - but thank you Jesus for friends who are helping us on this one), no tax refund yet...the list is overwhelming sometimes,
HOWEVER, the LORD is always faithful and always provides for His children. So tonight, we rest in Him and we ask for prayers. And how can I pray for you this week?