The kids on a train adventure
Ariel and his Mum
Ariel, his Dad and Luka
There have been lots of storms in Sydney over the past 2 weeks!
We’ve been explaining lightening and thunder to the kids over and over.
The upside is that our 2 passionfruit vines have over 160 fruit on them!
We have continued to see Ariel’s parents regularly and are making a way forward with the services they need.
“Stormy muscles” –
Ariel and his team are adjusting medications and treatments for the “spasticity” (high muscle tension) in his back and legs. It is his greatest “walking enemy” and can cause him to fall. It’d be great if it just went away – but wisdom for management is a good start :)!
“Stormy days” –
swimming lessons, growth spurts and interrupted sleep have contributed to some “wobbly” days at times.
Please pray that we will all patiently endure in all things.
I have 2 more talks and Ariel has 3 more sermons this year – may our preparation and “delivery” honour our great God.
for some catch ups with old friends in the past month.
“Give thanks to the LORD for he is good – His love endures forever.
Give thanks to the God of gods – His love endures forever.
Give thanks to the Lord of lords: His love endures forever.
to him, who alone does great wonders, His love endures forever.”
Psalm 136 : 1-4