Constant nausea, fatigue, muscles warring against each other. Blah, blah, blah.
Still, there’s good stuff.
1) I’m busier than a one-armed wallpaper hanger. Photography jobs are rolling in one after another. It feels good to contribute. We’ve paid our mortgage for another month.
2) I seem to sleep every third night now. Feels good.
3) My liver numbers have gone down a lot. That means my need for a transplant isn’t crucial right now. (I do have pneumonia again, though.) woohoo!
4) My God cares for me through his people. It’s a beautiful thing.
Thanks for keeping this going, Scott. The better to pray for you. Heard a Shane Hipps message including a cameo from a man in need of a liver transplant who said very much the same thing you have just posted. “It’s a beautiful thing” can be so tough to say, I’m sure. Keep shooting and writing. We’ll keep praying. God keeps loving.
I just finished a little book written in 1902 called “Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch” by Alice H. Rice. Mrs. Wiggs’ philosophy is written in the first page:
“In the mud and sum of things
Something always, always sings!”
I think you and Mrs. Wiggs are on the same page….
Continuing to pray for you Scott,