Tuesday, February 21, 2012

In The Thick of It

The other day I was looking at my blogging history and was tickled to see that I had several hundred posts in 2009, half of that in 2010, half of that in 2011, and now 2012 doesn't look any more promising.

I tend to blame it on the laundry. 

But maybe it's more the little people who make the laundry :) 

So after  nearly a two week absence, where to start? 

Maybe by saying we're in the thick of it. 

Today finds me thirty weeks and two days pregnant and tomorrow I go for an MRI that will determine if my knee will require surgery and before or after this baby comes. Now I could go into all the details of the last four months...but really none of it matters. Tomorrow the doctor will, Lord willing, have a clear understanding of what the next course of action is. While our hope is that RELIEF is part of that action, we are also just trying to rest in the promise that the Lord works all things for our good. 

All things. 

Even these nesting, exhausted, hobbling mess kinda days. 

Back tomorrow with an update.


Dani said...

thanks for the update... praying for you friend. I wish I had been there for you during this season of pregnancy and pain and moving and... I'd like to help in some/any way. Hopefully we can catch up soon. Know that I think of you often and love you :-)

Susan said...

I hope the dr has some good news for you tomorrow. I can't imagine being in my third trimester with the added pain of a bum knee!
I've been thinking about you!

Aunt Teresa said...

Let the Word of God Wash over you. Have been lifting you all in prayer and asking God to have his healing ~ loving hand in all of this Sarah. I also pray for Peace and wisdom and know that the word of God is quick and powerful and sharper than any two-edged sword. Our Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Heb 11:1 You are a child of God ~ a bride of Christ ~ a Believer in the Word ~ and we believe it is done ~ we speak it and we receive it ~ Love you sweet Sarah ~ Know and feel your are bathed in prayer and that our Father God has his precious arms wrapped tightly around you at this time. Aunt Teresa

Lorena said...

A: I am with you on the dwindling blogging posts.
B: You're thirty weeks prego, I can not believe it!
C: Thoughts are with you on the appointment that will bring relief to you.