Saturday, January 15, 2011

No eye has seen.

1 Corinthians 2:9 

9 However, as it is written:

   “What no eye has seen, 
   what no ear has heard, 
and what no human mind has conceived”— 
   the things God has prepared for those who love him—

This verse perfectly describes what has happened. We could have never imagined things turning out this great. No complications, Marty is doing great. 

When I got here this morning his blood sugar was 115, they took the catheter out and he is walking back and forth to the bathroom on his own. He ate a regular lunch, his first real food since Tuesday. I helped him get cleaned up and he is currently taking a nap.

We have been amazed by everything and real are walking on air right now. We get to see the kids tomorrow and Monday. We really miss them and I cannot wait for them to see their daddy! We all left so fast, I didn't even get to kiss them goodbye, so I am excited to hug and love on them.

We are so greatful for all the messages, phone calls, FB messages and texts.  We are more than greatful for the prayer and that is what is carrying us through and God is taking care of us.

Funny story, Conner called almost the entire church on the day of the surgery. He was nervous and wanted to help out. He only has a 200 minute plan and the end of the day, he called to say he used 1000 minutes. We laughed, how could we be mad? I called the cell phone company today and it wasn't the case at all, I used a thousand minutes which is fine since we are unlimited. We did up Conner's plan just in case but he didn't go over at all.

We are so blessed, I cannot say it enough!