She is so strong. I pray that the Lord continues to give her the strength that she will need for the road ahead. She has finished her 1st round of chemo and the doctors said that she has done well. They have to administer one more drug today that will help boost her white blood cells. But first they have to give her another blood transfusion because her hemoglobin is very low. The doctors told us that this is nothing to worry about and that it is completely normal when she is getting chemo. They are hoping to discharge on Thursday, but we always remain flexible since anything can happen.
Pray that the Lord opens a door for us to get a permanent place in the area. right now, we will probably stay at the Ronald McDonald House until something permanent opens up. We have many people looking into various options. We also hope to be getting a car delivered to us today or tomorrow through Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale. That will be a huge blessing to us.
We just received a bunch of cards and gift boxes in the mail today. Thank you all so much for all of you who have truly been the hands and feet of Jesus to us. Thank you so much for the toys and gifts for both Isabela and Susana. Right now, Susana is looking over every single green homemade card that made by an afterschool program called the Funtastic Bible Investigators in NC. She really enjoys those cards.
Anyway, I am amazed by the courage and strength that our little Susana is demonstrating. I just can’t imagine the pain and discomfort of all the chemo as well as having all these new fixtures attached to her body. She is taking it well. I know that I will learn so much about perseverance as I watch her have to go through many difficult and painful things. We are right by her side each step of the way and we are so thankful that the Lord holds us all. – Cody