We are still trying to figure out this one pain med, trying to find the balance between enough to help but not burn up my stomach lining. That’s probably why I’m awake right now – had to take the new adjusted dose. It’s been 12 and a half hours since the last and I just couldn’t push another hour trying to get the med back on a 6am/6pm timeframe.
So while I sit here waiting for the new dose to kick in (and hopefully go back to sleep), I was thinking,
God is so good. This recovery has highs and lows, but God is consistently, unchanging and Good. I like consistency. I don’t like change. I’m glad I can trust him.
Some examples of good he keeps sprinkling into this last few weeks:
*Z has been unexpectedly sweet and generally understanding that I’m fragile. His normal is “I squish you!” And then he jumps on me. Yesterday his play time consisted of playing “Dr” and setting a pillow and towel on my feet to keep the germs away.
*E has been sleeping through the night more than ever. Not always, but there is a vast improvement. He often does 10 hours. This started while I was at the hospital and it’s one of my recent prayer requests.
*My long legs and surprisingly stronger than expected abs have allowed me to conquer standing up out of chairs, beds, and couches much better and quicker than I thought it would be. This gives me a little independence and it also allows my husband to sleep though the night when I have to pee. 😝
Kinda small things when looked at by themselves out of context. Kinda huge things all put together in context.
God is good.
One response to “Figuring it out”
I’m so thankful that you are thankful for the little things that can be soooo big! Thanks for sharing your gratitude. It reminds me to be thankful for little things in my life, as well. Isn’t the Lord gracious with His children!
I’m continuing to pray for your recovery! May you continue to focus on His graciousness! Great job!!!
Love in christ, angela
On Thu, 9 Jun 2016 10:44:52 +0000 Life & Love & Why