Surgery Anniversary Date! WOW!! And Some Updates

WOW!! Surgery Anniversary Date! It has been a year ago today that I had my surgery and I feel amazing! I still have some weirdo ache in my side, but I think I can live with that! Feeling totally blessed by all those that prayed for me and took care of me in my time of need. You are all so AWESOME! Keep praying 1 Corinthians 3:6  "I have planted, Apollos watered; but God gave the increase." Because I passed out a lot of Bible tracts and has some opportunities to share the love of Jesus Christ, those opportunities will need to be watered and God can give the increase through prayer! James 5:16b "The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much." What an awesome thing it would be to know one day that YOU were the prayer warrior that allowed Salvation to happen for one of these dear people!

My hubby asked me last month "Was your surgery last year or the year before?" LOL...I think that it really took it's tole on him emotionally and it's just now catching up to him. He is the kind of guy that just plows through everything when it is going on, acts like nothing is wrong and then later it hits him like a ton of bricks. I think God made men to be somewhat like that, so that they can carry on when times get tough. So prayers for him would be appreciated.

Bio-Chem lesson
Some updates for you, our school year is going amazing for the second semester, first semester always seems a bit off, but we go like crazy in the winter time! I must say that I am all for buying
pre-made science kits, save some $ for these at convention to save on shipping, so worth it in the end. We have done EVERY experiment so far and a few extras! YOWZA that is a real accomplishment for this homeschool science phobic Momma!

I learned to make a high school transcript this year, since I had to turn one into the college. I am so thankful for the records that I have kept.

The medical school program for the homeschooled young man is going very well, he is learning so much and having such fun! The program is really run well. He was so sweet at the last meeting, he had gotten ink pens that look like medical syringes and some intestinal shaped bubble gum in his Christmas stocking this year, he took some with him and shared with the other kids in the program. They loved it! He also went to the medical school library and bought some used textbooks. So he is stocked up on summer reading.

Still working on getting the house de-cluttered of papers and such that somehow accumulated over the past year. It's coming together, though slowly.

I've got 25# to lose by my doctors appointment in July...lol. And I've gained some during my laying around recovering for 3 months time period that I have yet to lose. So as you will see in another post I am working on that goal. My doctor says he will high-five me in the office if I lose 25#...LOL...if you only knew this doctor, he is so laid back, he ranks right up there with my husbands family, so it will be a real treat to witness this! Got to love a doctor who gives a challenge and a reward for completing the challenge  ;-)  The homeschooled young man has said he wants to come to the appointment just to witness such act!  LOL!!

Take care,