His eye continues to remain red and irritated. We are working with the doctors to try and figure out exactly what is going on, so we can help it heal. It looks better than it did the other day, it's just still a little red and swollen.
Nancy and I continue to be completely blown away and overwhelmed by the help that is pouring in. From the funds that have been donated to the work on the room, it is hard to take it all in. Today a family came up to me and handed me an envelope. They said they had unanimously decided as a family to give up their family vacation over spring break and give us a donation instead. Wow...like I said, we are simply blown away. Thank you!
I have spoken with two individuals in the last couple of days about possibly getting a van...donated. We haven't gotten any details from either source yet. But I told someone today - "God has blessed us so much, every detail so far has fallen into place, I am not worried at all about getting a van. I know that God will provide." God is so good, and so faithful. We are so humbled by the generosity from so many people.
In my Bible reading today I read Psalm 120:1 -
"In my distress I called to the Lord, and He answered me."
How awesome it is to see answers. We pray for Garren's complete healing and restoration. Of course, we'd rather see Garren just get out of bed and walk to the car. But God has a different way of doing things. And even though His way is a bit more costly, and requires a bit more equipment, He supplies those needs, and in the end He gets all the glory. In our distress we have called out to the Lord. And He continues to answer us, a little bit at a time, day by day, one day at a time.