A rough day... The reality of the day usually doesn't hit me until the noise is silent.
The renal doctor came in today to see Madison. She has kidney damage so over the next week the team will be answering these big questions-
~ Is the damage reversible
~ What part and how bad is the damage
~Plan of action
No, this wasn't the best news, but manageable.
The halls of a children's hospital--- I pray you will never hear those screams, see those tears, feel the silence, or experience seeing week after week children of all ages fight for their lives. If you have- I pray you fully rely on God to carry you through the seconds, minutes, hours, and all that comes your way. I pray you trust his plan, rely on his understanding, and glorify him at the end of each day. I pray you find peace and comfort in the midst of the trials.
Tonight I head to bed with tears of sorrow for the parents whose world has been turned upside down, tears of hope for the day we are in heaven- healed, and tears of joy that Harrison, Mae, and Madison are with us tonight in their own beds.
We will never get today again.
Love you all❤️❤️
Please continue to pray for our Glennon Family!!! There is much joy in the halls also, but today was difficult.