My day began with a dear friend slapping some words at me, "dear, where is your faith? You need to go get it!" Honestly, clinic days are usually filled with the same routine. Great friends, but no moving forward- Madison is either back five steps or idle. Hearing my friend say that to me caught me off guard, but let's face it I was preparing to hear all the things I didn't want to hear... By doing that it sounded like my faith had vanished... Feeling completely convicted I spent the drive to STL in prayer.... God revealed this to me, "There are times I ask you to do things just to test your faith in me! Do you trust me? Will you follow me even if it isn't something you want to do?"
Today was bone marrow biopsy day for Madison! Big day for her, but also we had questions about Harrison and Mae attending school this year. We planned on it, but we recently had a concern about Madison not beginning re-vaccinations until October and the kids being around other children in a building. I was prepared to (or at least been reading up on tons of curriculum) to home school Harrison and Mae again this school year.
When I arrived to clinic, I showed up with faith that God would open and close a door! I would trust and have faith in him!
Madison's blood work showed that she could begin vaccines... TODAY! While asleep from her bone marrow biopsy she received four shots! This is huge for her little body!!! In addition, this means Harrison and Mae can attend school this upcoming school year!
We have precautions, but they can attend school!!❤️
A wonderful day with happy tears and praises to God!
We got more great news! That is right we are eating in a restaurant! All five of us!! We do have rules 1. Off peak hours 2. Away from all people 3. Clorox all areas! But, we get to eat in restaurants!!!!!!!!!
A LONG 402 days, but God is always faithful! Please continue to pray for Madison's kidneys, positive results from her bone marrow biopsy (will get next week), and no illnesses!❤️