Thursday, July 22, 2010
Doesn't look too bad for being a sick kid! Here he is taking a pic with his sisters on better days. We've been lucky enough not to have had to return to Omaha, but I believe it is because they don't know what they want to do with him. It's frustrating and pleasant at the same time. Omaha is a wonderful host city and there is always plenty to do while we're there. We've made some good friends and the nurses are always happy to see him.
We're coming up to our year mark, which is a big thing - especially since we have 3 organs now instead of 1. God has directed us this far, and we're in it for the long haul so I think for now we'll enjoy the little things and let God direct the rest.
Sunday, July 4, 2010
Good Game, All! I can't believe the auction did so well. Thank you, whomever you are and all those that made bids. GMM did a great job and I can't thank all of those who have been involved enough. Isaiah looks like he's headed back to Omaha this week as the numbers are really on a roller-coaster. We've got to get things settled down and the team doesn't have a plan at the moment. We've got a scan coming up this week of the entire mid-section. He just doesn't seem himself the last few days.
Just want to take a few moments and also say "Thanks" to the troops. My family also has a brother and family overseas and the 4th is always a good time to say we appreciate what you're doing.
Keep the prayers coming. Thanks.