It was such a comfort to be with everyone last night at the graduation. In days like these, it’s good to be reminded of God’s power to work miracles and change. More than that, it was such a blessing to be around people we love who we haven’t been able to see much due to the schedule we’ve been keeping.
No time for a big update now as this morning is going to be one of the rare times we’re all at home together, so we’ll make as much of those hours as we can before Trish and Grandma Jo head back to UCLA. We’re still waiting to see if the fluid around Rudy’s lungs clears up enough so they can skip the surgery on Monday. The fluid coming into the drains and the Xrays seem to indicate fluctuating symptoms, so please pray that it would be perfectly clear whether the situation demands surgery or not.
All of this seems so mundane and minor right now as our hearts are with Alan and Vickie at Yale who have come to the end of what can be done for their dear Katie as she battles HLHS. As similar as our journeys have been, I can’t imagine what they are going through but send them love and prayer as they sit bedside and wait for peace or a miracle.
This is a brutal monster we’re fighting.