Here is Luke in the back seat of our van, as you can see he's hooked up to his feeding tube, that was to feed him of course but also so that we wouldn't throw up. He also has oxygen going in his nasal canulla. It was warm that day so I took off his pants to keep him cool, you can't see it but he was seat belted around his waist. That day and the next were very, very hard long days.
Last night was bad again, I only got about 2 hours of sleep since I had to get up early today to go to a Dr.'s appointment for my knee. My Dr. thinks I just sprained it when I feel during my fall on the mountain, it doesn't hurt while I'm walking or standing but when I sit down or lie down it starts to hurt horribly. Thankfully she said I don't have to stop walking, but I do have to stop jogging for now. I'm happy that I don't have to give up my daily walks I feel they are what keep me sane at times, it's a great time to put on some worship music and spend some time enjoying the beautiful scenery and some much needed time in prayer.
I'm still hoping to come up with the money to go to the MOBILE (Mom's of Brain Injured children Loving Evermore) conference in Atlanta in September. I know that if it's God's will for me to be there the money or miles will come in, I'm anxiously waiting to see God's provision.
Love in Christ,
Luke's Mommy Sue