I debated whether or not to take a picture of Katy early in the week. She was so sick. I tried to imagine her back on her feet and prayed for that. I know many of you did, too. I think it is good to remember where we’ve been, so that we can fully appreciate all our God does for us. Therefore, I am including pictures taken on a day that God was at work even if it didn’t look like it to my human eyes.
Our faith is strengthened through every valley Katy goes through. She is never alone at those times. Her faith and trust in her Savior is beautiful. Even when it seemed like things would never turn around, we had the promise in our hearts that God was going to see her through this. Her medical team is different now. Their approach has become much more intense. We watched them work diligently on her behalf and commit to her that they will continue to seek treatments that will help stabilize her system. Her blood work this coming Monday will be sent to the Mayo Clinic for further analysis. For now, we will keep careful watch over her if the signs of adrenal insufficiency recur. We know how blessed we are to be bringing her home today. When we walked in the door, Katy wanted most of all to see her room. She loves being home. Thank you for praying her home.
“For the eyes of the Lord are on the righteous and his ears are attentive to their prayer.” -1 Peter 3:12a