Are there really any bad things when you know God controls it all?
Well, as it would happen, Darby started feeling terrible yesterday. Before the end of the evening she was terribly sick to her tummy and is still running a slight temperature.
Tonight, Darby is eating an apple telling me over and over, “I threwed up”. Meredith, is not so vocal. I have this little feeling she is harboring those nasty germs. I fear we are on the verge of a “Lamdemic” as one of my dear friends once said.
I am grateful for the Lord’s leading. I wanted so much to go and visit with my grandmother earlier this week. I had a basket packed and was ready to go. I decided at the last minute to stay home instead (Paul had only been home for a day after an extended business trip). I’m GRATEFUL I didn’t go. It would have been terrible to share these germs with her.
I have missed seeing her for the last few days. Oh well, I’ll wait on the Lord’s timing in this area. He knows my heart and He knows what’s best.
We’ll be staying home from church and any other public place until I know the air is clear.
Please keep our family in your prayers.
*As I was typing the above post, little Jon came to tell me he’s feeling pretty poor. They are dropping like flies, folks.
Emma is in a panic. She keeps telling me, “I’m not feeling really well.”
She does *not* do sick. She keeps telling me she just can’t get sick. She says, “that would be the most terrible, horrible thing ever”. (Trust me, it would be for all of us.)
Timothy, (realizing Jon and Meredith are now sick), comes and tells me he’s really hoping not to catch this one. He states,” I’m taking all the precautions. I’m washing my hands, I’M CHANGING WITH EVERY SHOWER.”
I can’t decide if I want to approach this subject right now with him.