Wednesday, December 16, 2015

'Tis The Season....

Tis the season to be...sick..fa la la la la la la la la!

Our son in law began his first round of chemo. So for the next 16 weeks he will be in a fight to kick this cancers butt! Thankfully after a week in the hospital, he was released on Monday night. We as a family are teaming up to help raise funds to help Sarah and Jason cover their medical cost. Our son Jordan just announced he will be doing a marathon next fall and all proceeds raised will go towards Jason's medical fund. He is now looking for sponsors to join him in this great opportunity! The other opportunity is their Go Fund Me account. Please share their Go Fund Me page with others! An update has been added to keep everyone in the loop so that you can pray for his specific needs ....Keep Praying!  We welcome any fund raising ideas you have, so please don't hesitate to message me.

Here are the two links that will be supporting Jason and Sarah with any medical needs :

Go Fund me!!!!

Marathon-Team Jason!

Monday night we found ourselves back to the hospital. This time with our daughter. Diagnosis...flu! Finals week and flu do not make for a great week! I'm sure after a few days of bed rest she will be back to her spunky little self. The thoughts of the flu in our home around this most wonderful time of the year is not something I have been dreaming of! Or desiring! Especially with Jason's immune system being compromised. Until all the babies are in the clear from this flu bug, there will be no "To grandmother's house we go!" for Sarah and Jason.  I do not like this season right now. However with each season comes change and each change prepares us for the next season. A season to embrace life, lifting my eyes to see God move and perform miracles. To know the love He has for us. To live each day as though it were our last. To love others without condition. Learning to see the beauty in all this. Truthfully...It's all about Jesus anyway! He is the giver of life.  He is the one who gives us hope and a future!

Thank you all for praying with us! Though our eyes may not see the BIG picture yet...I do know our God is faithful and He does have a great plan!

So until this storm is over...We are going to keep praising Him!   Hallelujah!!!!!

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