And it feels so GOOD!!!

I'm happy to report that we arrived home this afternoon around 4:00.  And just like that we are back to a "regular" night at our home.  Getting dinner ready, watching TV, playing with Jack, changing diapers and giving baths.  Throw in some IV antibiotics, fever checks every hour and sorting through boxes of sterile medical equipment and you've got a new normal night at the Krull house.  It's a lot of work and sort of crazy around here but I wouldn't trade it for anything.  We've needed this night for a long, long, long time.

Thank you all for the month of ceaseless prayers, letters, emails and Facebook messages.  I don't know how we would have survived during this initial hell without all of you--friends and strangers alike.  I've been reading mail from all over the country--not to mention that gifts you have all sent for Lucy--and I'm just blown away.  Seriously.  There are a lot of really great people in this world.  Our family has been blessed by each of you. 

Now comes the specific prayer requests.  I've decided I'm not backing down at all.  I'm asking for these things EVERY single day.  My God is great enough to do them all.  I believe it with all my heart

1.  That God would miraculously heal Lucy from her cancer.
2.  That there would be no long term damage from the radiation.
3.  That Lucy would stay out of the hospital until it is time for her Chemo.
4.  That after treatment she would stay in remission for the rest of her LONG life.

Come on God, show out in a BIG way.  I still believe in miracles.

I'll post more tomorrow when I'm not so tired.  Right now I have to go flush and clamp a line so we can sleep for about 2 hours before Lucy's next IV antibitoic is due.
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