Katy and I are so delighted. We just got back from a quick shopping trip. It is amazing how well she looks on the day before her next treatment. Katy is actually going to be able to walk into the hospital tomorrow for her Remicade. We’ll leave the wheel chair in the trunk! It will be fun for the hospital staff to see her this time. She is much more the Katy we all remember. Her next treatment is actually a stronger dose and should last for a full eight weeks. She has been feeling well enough to write and therefore submitted a paper to one of her professors. Yesterday, by faith, she filled out the information to be printed on her diploma next year. The Bible says that good news gives strength to the bones. So all of you who have been longing for good news for Katy may want to jump, shout, and enjoy the strength that good news brings! We’ll do the same.
The times we have like this are so thrilling. Everyday normal things are such a marvelous treat. We’re happy just to be home having some fun. We bought some fancy trim for the bottom of a lampshade and can hardly wait to glue it on. That is a big deal. There are times I have a fleeting flashback to the months at the hospital and they quickly disappear as gratitude comes back like a rushing stream!
Thank you, Lord, for the times of refreshing. The joy is always deeper than the sorrows of this life because of knowing You. Amen!Comments: