Saturday, February 20, 2010

Luke is about 97% better:] Gordy & I leave tonight for our cruise, with God's peace and joy, knowing God is in control!

Well the day has finally arrived, in about 8 short hours Gordy and I will be taking off to the airport to catch our plane. I'm so thankful to report that Luke is doing so much better, he is still on a wee bit of oxygen at night and I'm okay with that, though I'm hoping tonight he will be back to needing none. Isaiah is doing better also, I ended up taking him and Lily to the Dr. on Thursday and I'm so glad I did, he had a very infected ear, along with his raw nose and throat, Lily just had a cough which is gone, praise God. The antibiotics seem to be doing their job and Isaiah is making a good recovery. I'm a thankful that I can now get all the last minute details finished without the worry or wondering if I should be going.

I've gotten so much accomplished this week, not sure why I think I need to get so many extra things done before I go on vacation, but I'm sure I'll be glad when I get home that I did. The one thing that I did not get done was putting up our Valentine's Day card and letter for all y'all to see. I might still do that even though I know it will be so very late. It's the thought that counts, I hope!

We sure would appreciate y'all holding up our children in prayer while we are gone. On the one hand it is so hard to leave them, but on the other hand I know that Gordy and I need this break from the constant stresses that we live under. Just thinking about a full week of uninterrupted sleep is the most exciting part of this cruise:] Along with all the other exciting stuff we will be doing!

Wish I had time to post some pictures, I will make it a priority when I get home. Sure do appreciate all your prayers, thank you in advance:}

Love ya,
Luke's Mommy Suzi


Teena said...

Praying for your trip... so excited for you! Praying for the kids... and for LUKE~

I keep picturing you having a wonderful, restful, refreshing time... take lots of pics!

love ya,

Lindsey and Santana said...

I hope you are having fun on your cruise! So happy to hear that Luke is feeling to better! I will pray he becomes 100% better soon!!!!!

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