Daily injections, steroids, and three other medications have merely helped instead of ridding us of our current worry. New marks appear and we are left with more questions and lingering concerns.
The weeks have been long and tough to take. The spirit of the holidays has kept up grateful and hopeful of all that we do have. It has not been easy to endure at all times.
…not easy at all.
Then, this evening news hits of another potential worry and to quote Kelsey through some of her pain over the past few weeks, we “just can’t.”
We pray this holiday season offers you peace and joy. We pray for resolution and answers as we work through ours.
Emotional overload is an understatement.
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Jen, you and Brenden cannot do this alone. Neither can Kelsey.
Even with the wonderful love and support of your amazing friends and adoring family, you are not strong enough, nor brave enough to endure this trial.
Only the One who loved her while she was still being formed in the womb and knows her better than anyone, knows her pain, your pain and your despair.
Only He can give you the bedrock support, Words and comfort you want. The encouragement, fortitude and strength that you need. And above all, the Peace that passes all understanding.
These are not just words. They are truth. God is your refuge and your strength. He is right where you left Him, waiting.
Let Kelsey know how much He loves and cares for her. Let her know He knows the number of hairs in her head. Let her know He counts her tears and it saddens Him. Let her know how much she is His child too.
And like all Fathers, Ge wants her better.
Prayers each and every day for Kelsey and you all