As you can see I went back to the old template. I really liked the new one, but so many were having trouble commenting, and that's no fun! I LOVE getting comments more than I liked the new template.
Lindsay injured herself Tuesday afternoon in her team competition on the obstacle course. She said her knee just gave out. She was so happy that with help from her team she was able to finish and their team had the fastest time!
She has it in an immobilizer and went to see a sports medicine doctor on Wednesday evening. After xrays the doc said that nothing is broken, and they don't believe it is the ACL, and believes it is the meniscus but the swelling is so great they can't really tell. So she stays using the immobilizer, and some crutches. She is also to keep using IB and ice to reduce the swelling. She'll follow up with a doctor here at home next week. I'm sure she'd appreciate your prayers for her too!
We are praying that it's nothing that requires surgery or much time off from work. She said tonight "my animals need me." She loves her work!
Both Lindsay and Emily said that the sessions have been really good, and Lindsay was bummed that by going to the doctor, she was missing their evening session last night. They have three different speakers and the topics have been finding your identity in Christ, Prayer, and Purity. The evenings are testimonies. It is such a blessing to have girls who love the Lord and want to grow in Him.
We got to spend a few days with my brother in law and niece who travelled out to visit and ride horses, and I got a great visit in with my friend Jennifer. She and her girls are visiting in the area and we got some of their time tonight! We love them so much!
We are doing well closing the store. We are selling off the display shelves and anything that's left we will bring home and store in the basement, until we can sell it off Craig's List. We meet with the property management people on the 1st to turn in our keys, and then we are done.
I'll be grateful to slow down.
We went to a lovely memorial service this afternoon for the wife of our associate pastor. She had Parkinson's and I had only meet her once. They had been married for 67 years. What an example and a blessing he has been of marital faithfulness and loving care. He has been saying the long good bye for 14 years, the last 7 of which she has gotten progressively worse with her dementia. It's a blessing to know I'll really get to know her one day.
Guess what? My HYDRANGEA are blooming!
Have a great day everyone!