Wednesday, June 2, 2010

We're Doin' OK....

Man, oh Man...what would we do without such amazing encouragement from our family and friends?! THANK YOU FOR YOUR COMMENTS!!!!
Today is a good day, obviously Colin's night was a little rough, he needed some morphine to get him through....but he is doing ok today, he even came for a short walk to the park with us after we got the kids their immunizations this morning....we had a good lunch with some great friends, and now he is resting comfortably in bed. He is determined to stay home until we HAVE to go back up tomorrow. I keep telling him, he can just say the word, and we'd be on the road within the hour to get him back up, so i just have to leave that up to him. He knows his body and he sure doesn't mess around with being in pain and his health, so i know he's taking care of himself and he knows when he needs more medical attention!
Today the sun is shining and it's been good to get fresh air and be outside for a change....the boys are getting couped up with being inside for so long with the rough patch of weather we had.
Other than that, there's not much news to report today, which indeed is a good thing...no news is good news with us lately!
Hope you enjoy your wednesday, and i will be in touch with you when we get back from Calgary tomorrow night, to report the plan for the coming weeks....
luv, Melissa

4 comments:

  1. We prayed specifically that you would be able to stay home, knowing how precious those 'passes' are and how much the time at home means between treatment. So wonderful to hear that you enjoyed the sunshine as a family today. Praise God from whom all blessings flow!

    Lisa (and Jeff too)

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  2. I woke up this morning and thought of you heading off to Calgary. Prayed that the doctors will have wisdom and that God's grace will be tangible in your life.

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  3. Praying for you guys! Healing! Joy! Thanks for the updates


    Kropf's

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  4. Denise and DarlaJune 7, 2010 at 1:09 PM

    I stand with you both and have the faith to believe for the grace of God to preform a supernatural miracle. Jesus said to boldly come to the throne room of grace at a time of need. So, as we all read your message, WERE all contending collectively petitioning to the Lord...FOR HELP, FOR A MIRACLE. I pray that Colin will be able to rest in the hands of the Lord. In the resting in Him is confort. I pray that the peace of God would come to bring strength, confidence, hope, and assurance that God is a big God. That faith would arise in a new way. Fiz your eyes on the miracle complete, see Colin well, visualize him healed, see him playing with the children, see you working in the police force. Faith is the subsatnce of things hoped for the evidence of things not seen. God Bless you all.
    Warm Regards, Denise and Darla

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