We are so grateful to our family and friends for your prayers! Sometimes I wonder what this whole situation would be like if we didn’t have so many people praying. I don’t even want to imagine.
Katy woke up at 4 AM with abdominal pain so severe that she was crying for help. I tried to think about what to do since she has refused to take any more Lortab. She complains that she can’t think clearly while taking it and since it is in pill form it adds to her distress when she has to swallow it. We tried several things and by 6 AM I asked if I could just give her a small amount of the medication she is given for the spasms. It is a liquid and more of a muscle relaxer than a pain medication. I gave it to her at 6 AM and she was asleep again by 6:15! It is now 4 in the afternoon and she is feeling great! She just got up for the day. She is refreshed and has asked for something to eat.
I had asked people to pray that we would get better sleep at night and I believe it will happen. In the meantime, Katy and I had some great prayer time in the middle of the night for many of our family and friends. We also had the gift of a restful day at home. My boss (who happens to be my husband) is completely understanding when I tell him I won’t be in the office. So right now you can imagine Katy and I here at home counting our blessings!Comments: