"This is the day the Lord has made, I will rejoice and be glad in it".
I need to add a foot note to the post I wrote yesterday. After I was finished and had gotten off of the web, it rained so hard for about 15 minutes that I thought we were going to have pull out the boat like in Houston. The lightening show was very impressive and at the same time very scary! The rain passed but the lightening hung around a little longer. I checked out my little plants in the back and they appear to have liked the downpour.
I got my last of the 3 Neupogen shots today and boy do they knock you down. I could fall asleep anywhere at anytime during the day. The couch is pretty much my place of residence after these shots. I don’t know if it affects blood sugar levels or what but it shuts down any motivation or desire to do anything but get horizontal and snooze.
We had a good visit with my dad – just too short. We had to blow in and blow out since this A.M. I had my last shot and my oldest had ball practice. But my mom refused to let me sit with her at the Hospital in N.O. during the surgery, which I guess she is right. I was just glad to see them.
Psalm 20 says, “May the Lord answer you when you are in distress …May He give you the desire of your heart and make all your plans succeed.” That is my prayer for you. That is some good stuff to meditate on – God wants us to make it (I think) more than even we want to make it. Just think how much has happened in the last 9 months since the hurricane! Many people are still not back to a normal life yet – may the Lord answer them in their distress and make their plans succeed. Not to mention the War or Terror, which is a constant point of prayer in my mind. We cannot handle all of this stuff in our little brains, but we serve a God that is big enough to handle it all and more. I pray we will all be in His will doing that which He desires for us to do. Continue having a great week. Please be in prayer for my dad during his back surgery(fusion) Tomorrow morning that all will go well. God bless. George