Paul and I have been pushing our physical limits to get our “to do” list down to a reasonable size. There are meals to cook and leave for Katy, a lawn to mow, weeds to pull, suitcases to pack, and a new little girl to think about. It’s not like we won’t have time to do these things when we get back, it’s that we both have the idea that it would be more wonderful to come home with Qavah, and just watch her. We want to watch her experience the creek in her bare feet. We want to catch a few lightening bugs and put them in a jar. We want to do the important stuff! We want to play!
We are praying with all the faith we have acquired over the past year that Katy’s health will remain stable while we are away. But if not, Aunt Julie knows just what to do and has been here many times when Katy’s health wasn’t stable. Thank you for keeping us all in your prayers as we set out tomorrow. We will call home and update every day. We thank the Lord for this event. It is something so precious that I can hardly wait to see how the Lord Himself will finish this story. God Bless!Comments: