Saturday, December 23, 2006

Christmas season

To not go into details that I don't understand, Sarah had a small procedure done to help with the clots. She has been put on blood thinners which they didn't have her on at first because they don't want bleeding in the brain. She should be able to come home tonight or tomorrow. We are very grateful!

Now I shall try to continue to focus on family this holiday, which shouldn't be hard. What I think will be harder is looking past the paper, the bows, the food, the partys, the lights, the sparkly decorations, and all the gifts and talk of Santa. I hope to bring my thoughts to the birth of my Lord. Remember that my Savior came here to earth, in the humblest circumstances, helpless and tiny. Willing to learn and grow and to die. For me, For you, For all of us. To save us from our pain, from our grief, from our suffering. To experience every pain we would ever feel so He would know how to succor His people. To rise again and give us the greatest gift of all. Life. I hope to keep Jesus Christ alive in my life and the center of my life and my Christmas.


Gina said...

Glad to hear she is stable.

Thanks for sharing your testimony of our Savior. I love you!

Tori :) said...

I'm so happy to hear Sarah is doing ok.
Got your Christmas card today. Cute pic! Thank you.
I feel like I should say "Amen." So, Amen.