Friday, February 13, 2009


Life is CRAZY!

You never know what kind of cards you're going to be dealt.Right now,to be honest with you,I really cannot complain about my kids are healthy,my husband is WONDERFUL.We are renewing our wedding vows this weekend in front of about 50 of our closest friends.My parents and his parents are comings,as are my original maid of honor and her hubby and daughter,which is SO exciting.We're going to deast on Memphis BBQ and have cake that a dear friend is making.I just couldnt ask for anything more.

Life would be perfect if it wasnt for these darn SEIZURES! LOL


Turns out Ive been having seizures,not sure for how long.When I had my medical testing last week I had six of them during the test.So now I am on medication and I am not allowed to drive for SIX months.Talk about a bummer.Now,I havent been driving alot lately anyway b/c I havent been feeling very good anyway,but knowing Im not ALLOWED to drive,well it just SUCKS. I dont like feeling dependent on others,I dont like asking for help.I dont like being STUCK! I dont like not being able to just grab happy meals for Micah.Frankly,he doesnt like it either.I suppose in the grand scheme of things it is a minor inconvenience and in August (!) the curse shall lift,but that seems like SO far away! So for now I remain stuck and deal with the numb face and hands from the meds and thank the dear lord Jesus for the mercy he HAS shown.

Last week Josh said this verse is his sermon,and it has been with me ever since.(at least I think it was last week-my brain is not functioning well these days-ha ha)

Matthew 6:25-26 - Therefore, I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more important than food, and the body more important than clothes? Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they?

This has been getting me through.

1 comment:

kyslp said...

And now it's September. See how far you've come? I'm glad you're healthy!