Okay, so clearly I’m still trying to understand WordPress, because I couldn’t keep going on my last post.
My point is simply this – there is no prognosis too hard for God. He can heal Allistaire. I know that this does not mean He will heal her. So I keep asking for His healing – I will not stop asking that He show His glory by bringing about her healing. But at the same time, I submit over and over to the will of God. He is God and I am not. Death – we know in every fiber of our being it should not be – it is not what life should look like. But death is mysteriously and beautifully how God sometimes brings about life in this fallen, broken world. There’s so much to consider on this topic – another time.
For all of you who have prayed and sent words of love and support – thank you. And please keep doing so. I’ll be sending out a schedule of Allistaire’s chemo in the next few days so you can know more specifics. So far she has done well. I am told over and over that little ones tolerate it so well overall.
Here’s some pics from our Nutcracker Night which was beautiful and magical: