The title is a little more dramatic than reality... Like many of our Glennon Family it takes a lot for us to lose our minds (no minds lost today- just a few more gray hairs added to the head!) A routine visit to STL lead to a chest x-ray, more meds, and new pants❤️
Thankfully, the pneumonia is mild and we are praying that after a couple of days all will be good in the world of Madison. No hospital admission so praying the rest at home and the meds do the trick! The pain tolerance of kids with terminal illness is out of this world! Trust me you wouldn't have known she was even sick.
We had a funny thing happen today... The medical world isn't flawless and today one of the syringes broke while blood was being drawn for labs... Needless to say blood went all over! It looked way worse than it was and of course little Great Gran was with us... It seems she sees way too much when she comes.
I laughed it off, thankfully it wasn't any higher or more people would have been staring😁 Madison's pants went in the trash and she got a new pair of pjs! The scrub pants that I could have changed into would have been too long for Cynthia Sidwell (extremely tall bf) so I wore the blood stained pants.
One powerful tool that we can control is our reactions in life! No, I don't always react the way Jesus did, but I've come along way!
One positive reaction can change your frown upside down❤️❤️