Even though I'm in the hospital on Sunday, I love Sunday's. I was in Sierra Vista for church this morning and I NEEDED church today. I was getting really close to running on empty.
The High Council Speaker talked today about the pioneers and the trials that they faced. He related them to the trials we all face today. He read a quote that I LOVED ...
That may not be word-for-word but, it just stuck out to me so much. It makes me look at this trial in a different light.
On my way to Tucson today I was thinking about it and I asked myself ... "If it weren't for this trial, would I be making an effort to involve Heavenly Father in my everyday life, as much as I am now?"
Think about that ... how often to we make Heavenly Father the central part our lives when things are going good? We would all be a lot kinder, a lot more patient, a lot less judgemental, and filled with a lot more love if our Savior and our Heavenly Father were the center of our lives EVERYDAY -- not just the days we are struggling.
The doctor's have all been discussing a procedure called, IVIg, which is an Immune Globulin Injection. There are TONS of possible side effects and one of the ones they are mainly concerned about is Kindey Failure. Well, since Kameron is already dealing with renal insufficiency, that worried me a little bit. There are also a lot of good things that could happen from this procedure! Lots of doctor's treat Lupus patients with this drug monthly. Hopefully this will do the trick and balance out everything in Kameron's blood.
And, that's all folks! :D Have a fabulous Sunday!