Update – 2/7/2007

“If any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to him.” James 1:5

God gave me a revelation early yesterday morning about how to successfully give Hannah her medications! I prayed for wisdom, and once again He was faithful. I had noticed that she always took her bottle with her afternoon medicine. Since it is such a small amount, she can’t even detect it. So yesterday morning and evening, when she gets all of her meds, I tried giving her the bottle one ounce at a time– and in each ounce I put only one or two medicines. This took a lot of trips back and forth to the kitchen, but she took it ALL every time!! Didn’t even leave a drop. God is so good! I had been really worried about giving her meds by syringe because she always lost some. And it is very important that she gets every little milliliter. Isn’t it so good to know that God pays attention to all of our worries??

On a totally different note…

Greg and I attended another meeting today about an upcoming fundraiser for the Louisiana Pediatric Cardiology Foundation. The event will be a mixed doubles tennis tournament held at the Country Club of Louisiana on May 31st-June 2nd. It is being chaired by Hannah’s cardiologist in Baton Rouge, and he and his partners were the founders of the LPCF. The charitable organization provides support services to children who suffer from cardiac disease. Greg and I, along with many other parents of children with heart-related problems, are working together to plan this event. Right now we are seeking corporate sponsors who are willing to provide donations. The LPCF’s goal is to raise $25,000 and we believe it can be done. There will also be a silent auction during the event, so we are seeking local businesses who are willling to provide products or services to be auctioned off. If you or someone you know is interested in donating, please send us an email (click “private message” on this website’s menu) and we will provide you with more details. Also, any tennis players interested in participating in the tournament– registration has not begun yet, but will be limited to the first 120 teams that sign up.

Thank you for helping us make a difference!!!

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