A reliable source, whose name starts with Jayne and ends with Marotta, says, “It looks very positive. The surgery they’re looking at performing is very serious, but it’s doable. It looks very, very positive.”
Another source, whom we affectionately refer to as Mick (and Pastor Tomford, to those who are less, ahem, cheeky than my husband), said, “It’s looking good, and God is moving, but we need to keep praying. It’s miraculous, where this little girl is now, but we need to pray her through.”
A song is bubbling in my spirit, attempting to give voice to the miracles I have witnessed these last 72 hours:
“Now thank we all our God
With heart and hands and voices,
Who wondrous things hath done,
In whom His world rejoices;
Who from our mother’s arms
Hath blessed us on our way
With countless gifts of love,
And still is ours today.”
I can’t even begin to describe how thankful I am that God is so faithful and is healing Aubrey and giving the doctors wisdom. I am also thankful for all of your updates, Danica!
I’m looking forward to more pics of Aubrey and pics from Mr. Jameson’s first birthday!
give your little man a kiss for me today. is it possible that a year has gone by already?!
oh! i’m looking forward to seeing him!
Just wanted to let y’all know that my dh & I are praying for Aubrey. We’re in Pgh but in what can only be a “God-thing”, I heard about the situation from a yahoo group I’m on for the homeschool curriculum I’m using, from Paige in NC. I don’t usually take time to read off-topic posts, but this time I did & was so surprised to read a prayer request for people I know. We went to church with Daniel & Brietta for maybe 6 months until they moved to NY.
~Wendy & Gary in PA
Thank you so much for keeping us all updated Danica, we are believing for a miracle,and praying for the Paladin’s, esp. baby Aubrey!!