Shaken and Stirred

November 23, 2013

We’re going through some hard things with Greyley and a friend of mine~Andrea~asked me for the link to Indigo’s story. I have to remember those days every time I start losing hope in the here and now. Greyley fell in gym at school over two weeks ago and has had such a hard couple of weeks. She’s been in pain every day, hasn’t been able to walk without stumbling around, and is pretty out of it. At physical therapy this week, she was discouraged, but Nate told her she just wanted her own miracle story to tell.

He was kidding. We already know she’s had her share of miracles too. Just her being born is a big one. There was THIS day. There’s been years of THIS and that’s been so much better than it used to be, thankfully! But sometimes you just forget all that and need reminding. I know she’ll be okay. It’s just hard right now.

We’re having a lot of cuddle time, which I am eating up. My fifteen-year-old baby girl still loving me is something I will never take for granted. I’ve held my breath that it will change at some point~everyone puts the holy fear of God into you about those teenage years, especially with girls…but we’re hanging in there. We still love each other madly.

The doctor told her again a couple days ago to not do anything. Don’t text, read, watch TV…and added two new ones: don’t lay down and no napping in the day. When you feel rotten, you just want to lay down and when you’re not sleeping well, naps sound mighty good. But since she’s having so much trouble walking, they said with the concussion, she’ll have to retrain her brain to think it’s okay to sit and stand up. So we’re taking it slowly. Things are quiet and calm around here. Well, except for the little chatterlove who has been so concerned about his big sister.

Last night was the best I’ve seen her. I could tell she was feeling a little better because she started teasing her brother. Today she has to get an MRI and she’s dreading that in a big way.

Looking back on previous posts over the years, I’ve asked for prayers so many times and I know so many of you have really taken our family to heart. I appreciate it more than I can say. So once again, add Greyley to your list. xo

 

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4 Responses to “Shaken and Stirred”

  1. Praying for Greyley! xo

  2. Teresa says:

    I am believing God for a complete miracle for Greyley. My prayers are with you all.

  3. Terrijo says:

    I’m glad Greyley is starting to do better. I’m keeping her in all my prayers. I was reading Indigo’s story again and I am so happy The Lord is keeping you and your family so close in his hands. The miracles you have been blessed with are beautiful and a testament to all of us. It is so scary when our children are sick or hurt. I remember when Dominic was in the hospital a few years ago. I don’t think I stopped begging god to heal him the whole time. I won’t stop praying for all of you until Greyley is up and bouncing all over the house with smiles and laughter.. Love you guys!!!!!!!!

  4. savita says:

    My heart is shaken and stirred. You are in my prayers. You have been on my mind, in my dreams and in my prayers. Praying for you and yours. All my love! <3

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