The hard part has been the smell of food and eating things that didn't make me feel ill.
I am still waiting for an appointment to have an MRI taken of my liver.
But living where we do here in northeast Queensland, we don't have the choices of
medical expertise as those who live closer to the big cities.
Besides that, I am blessed to have many wonderful prayer warriors who have continued to partition before the Lord on my behalf. Thank you so very much.
I have learned to live more carefully as far as not overdoing housework and being very careful of what I eat. Thank God for my own medical knowledge.
Our three little dogs (treasures) watch me closely, sitting near by and seemingly aware that all is not as it should be.
Monty, the little old man of the group turn's eleven this year. He takes no nonsense from the girls
who try to stir him up for doggie play.
The girls, Mille and Marley run and play with each other and when Monty gets cross with them, they give him a wide berth.
Although they have a bed each, its wonderful to see how they cuddle up together. Our winter nights have been cooler, although not as cold as some of you experience..
wonderful healing 02.
Its great to feel almost normal again.
"Let everything that has breath praise the LORD. Praise the LORD."