Following An Unfamiliar Trail

Following An Unfamiliar Trail

Dear Blog-Reader Family:

Many of you know that we are waiting on results of my husband's brain biopsy which occurred 3 days ago. He is strong spiritually, mentally and physically with some weakness on one side. We appreciate your concern and prayers as we personally follow this unfamiliar trail which many of you have previously traveled.

We spent 8 days in the hospital waiting for an opening with his neurosurgeon; two days recovering in ICU and a couple more in a regular room. We cannot say enough about the marvelous neurosurgeon and his supporting team, the nurses and caregivers of York Hospital.

I have chosen to spend 12 hours every day to be with Jim, assist with his needs, speak with the doctors, take notes, send updates and greet visitors. Family, friends, neighbors, and church family have ministered to us. We are truly blessed.

We will receive the results of the biopsy March 2 which will determine the next challenge.  

Isaiah 46:4 has given added confidence. “Even to your old age and gray hairs I am he, I am he who will sustain you. I have made you and I will carry you;  I will sustain you and I will rescue you.” (NIV)