I am happpy and tired.
Serina is home today, still aching and worn out, but smiling and even giggeling a little at a male nurse.
Rose have got a wonderful gift with her intuition. Serina is treated for two things, rheumatic fever and a streptococcus infection in her throat.
The doctors agree that she got ill because she had had to much strain on herself for too long. (Being ill for two month, caring for her dying grand father and final exams in senior high, and working at the supermarket on top of everything.) She will not be allowed to do anything with work or stress this summer. All are worried that the rheumatism shall not get permanent. We’ll look well after her.
I give the Lord credit that she survived those critical days. I also give you credit for so many prayers.
My mother has stayed with us for two days, been at the hospital for policlinic examination of her heart. She too was happy to learn about the blogprayers. Friends and family in Norway have been engaged in praying too.
I guess what I am most grateful for, yes grateful, exept for Serina ciming through her crisis, is that I once more feel I’ve got the right perspective on what really counts in life. God, The Holy Bible, family and friends.
The everyday fuzz about things, wages and status mould down to nothing.
Give my best to Dad Golden.