What I see and what I think about it.

Friday, 29 February 2008

While I am busying...

I am a bit busy at the moment writing a long(ish) post which is taking some thought. Which is why my rambling have been a bit sparse. Don't worry, all will be revealed in a few days.

In the mean time if you are missing having a blog to read can I recommend you take a look at this one http://www.cfhusband.blogspot.com . It is written by a guy in America (don't hold it against him!) called Nathan. He is married to Tricia who has Cystic Fibrosis. She was about to go on the double lung transplant list when they found out she was pregnant. With the odds of either of them surviving being slim they trusted in God and went ahead with the pregnancy. Their daughter, Gwyneth Rose, was born at 25 weeks on the 8th of Jan, by emergancy C-section. She is a fighter and is doing well. Tricia just survived and has been up and down. She is fighter too. She is now sick/well enough to go back on the transplant list. They are just waiting for her new lungs now.
It sounds like a depressing story. But Nathan writes full of hope, humour and trust in God. It is a bit like a guy in the pub talking to you. I warn you though.... this blog is addictive. On the main page there is bit on the right which links to a post which says a bit about them. It is worth starting there.

Even if you don't check out this blog do please quickly pause now and send up a prayer for this family. They have really touched my heart.

3 comments:

MilePost13 said...

Thank you!

jacqui said...

What a touching and encouraging story. Thanks!
I've printed off copies of the prayer you printed. Thanks again!
I loved the description of Tilly's game with her kitchen. It really brightened my day - and others to whom I related it! Thanks yet again!

jacqui said...

What a touching and encouraging story. Thanks!
I've printed off copies of the prayer you printed. Thanks again!
I loved the description of Tilly's game with her kitchen. It really brightened my day - and others to whom I related it! Thanks yet again!