Hospital – Day 15

This is the day The Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it.
(Psalm 118:24 NIV)

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The ultrasound revealed that the fluid mass is still there on Nora’s lung. It hasn’t gotten any bigger, so that’s the good news. They know to keep an eye on it.

Right now the “Trouble du Jour” is bright red blood draining from her g-tube along with some other colored fluid which had been the norm, minus the blood. Not sure what to make of it. Earlier someone came in from surgery to assess. The surgeon didn’t seem to be too alarmed by the blood, yes, it’s a little unusual, but said to call her back if it got worse. If see blood where I’m not used to seeing blood and it doesn’t seem to be stopping, I process that as “worse” … when maybe it’s not.

At any rate, I have to go to bed. Thankful I got to go to church this morning and spend some time at home with our Kelly and the kids. Just wish I had more energy. Goodnight and thank you for your prayers!!!!!

5 thoughts on “Hospital – Day 15

  1. Good morning precious!

    The battle is not yours, the strength comes from The Lord…. Know that you and your family and precious baby Nora are on TEAM VICTORY /…… You are an amazing women and I admire your strength even in ur weakness.

    May the lover of our souls continue to lift u up with his shalom peace and joy.

  2. I will remain in prayer over your little girl and that you and William are given the strength to support each other and the children. When your strength is running low I prayer that the Holy spirit overflows your cup with everything you need. Keep strong Nora… xoxo

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