(Josh will be 25 in August. He is a is getting his doctorate in molecular pharmacolology at Weill-Cornell in Manhattan and working at the Sloan Kettering research lab. Josh loves to have a lot of fun.)
Right now, two of my boys are at Lahey Clinic in Burlington, MA to learn just what it means to be a live liver donor. My oldest son Josh is there until Friday going through MRI, CT Scan, biopsopy, and a battery of tests to see if he is a great match.
Jake Groom, my son-in law, is there for all the information too. That young man amazes me. I’ve had the priviledge of knowing him for 7 or 8 years and now he’s my daughter’s husband. Jake has always fit our family even better than one of OJ’s gloves!
So … pray. Pray for clarity. Pray for wisdom. and pray that test results will be clear for Josh this week as the first to go through full spectrum.
This sure is a weird place for this daddy to sit. I don’t want them to do this for me but the gift of love makes me weep. I am blessed with numerous people on my list who are willing to get cut for me — my nephew and niece, my sisters and friends. Even a YANKEE FAN!!! Oh man … the Lord wouldn’t do that, would HE?
(Jake Groom married my little girl on July 2. He was a part of our family long before that. Jake is one of the most creative, fun guys you will ever meet. He’s crazy just like us!)
Praying for you, as requested.
You’ve come this far, God’s not done yet.
I cry and I pray because of your wonderful faith in our Big God. God would send donors, wouldn’t He. You’re the King’s kid.
you are so blessed my love
Scott God has given you so many loving people because of your heart for Him and yours for Us, it is a privilege to walk this road with you. You are
In our hearts