Friday, March 5, 2010

Weary...

I don't have many words to type tonight. I'm weary. WE are weary. For those who didn't follow our trip to China to get Rhett you can hop over to our adoption blog and catch up on what happened with Brian while we were there. Today we got the results of a follow up MRI that Brian had on Wednesday. There is more fluid collecting and they are suspecting more infection. Will more than likely have surgery on Monday. He was started back on his IV antibiotics today.

Yes, I know that God is so much bigger than this. I believe HIM and his promises to us. Yet I don't know what to do with these feelings I have. I'm just minute to minute having to lay it down. Because its not my battle to fight.

But I know where our hope, our healing, our answers come from. There is no better place to be but in His arms. And for that I'm thankful!!

Please pray....

8 comments:

Kristi said...

Amy,
Just home myself, understanding the physical aspect of weariness...
I'm praying!

Peggy said...

Amy,
I am praying for you all. My heart goes out to you. One of my favorite sayings is "I don't know what my future holds BUT I know who holds my future."
I am proud of you for being "real" because we all have those struggles. May God fill you with His amazing peace and may He bring about complete healing for Brian.
In His name,
Peggy

The Watsons said...

Praying for yall, especially tomorrow. We love yall.

Jan said...

Yuck. I wasn't expecting to see that kind of news when I came here tonight. Sorry to hear Brian is still going through health crud. I just prayed for him and will continue to pray for both of you!

Love y'all,
Jan

TriSara said...

Praying. Keep us posted and keep the faith. Can't wait to hear about God's victory.

Mommy said...

Praying all is well with your husband.

Brian said...

Don’t let addiction take over your life. You can get dual diagnosis facilities today. Turn to someone who can help.

Tony Raz said...

The time that I was blind and needed to see the light was tough. I looked through countless dual diagnosis treatment centers and finally found the one that worked for me.