I want to point out a couple of things about the website.
First of all, I realized there is not a great place for me to put updates on how I’m doing medically, unless I just write a whole blog post about it. So, what I’ve done is create a new page that you can access just by going to the “about” page.
To be specific:
1. From the home page (www.savoringtheday.com) click on the menu item across the top that says “about”
2. Scroll to the bottom and there is a sentence that says “Click here to find out my current prayer needs.”
3. Click on the word “here.”
There you can read the latest of what is going on medically and find out specific prayer needs. For today know that I am dealing with a whole-body rash that is very itchy and looks awful. Thankfully, my face has been spared. The dermatologist did a biopsy of two spots as he isn’t even sure what it is, and should get those results back tomorrow. Yes, like Job, I want to scrape my body with broken pottery just to alleviate the itching. But as bad as it is, it is not as bad as the face rash last year.I would appreciate prayers that they can determine the cause and that it is not too serious, and of course that it can GO AWAY.
Second, please be aware that I am having to go in and manually add names to the savorers page. So if you have tried to add your name to the list and don’t yet see it, please don’t do it again. I just haven’t gotten around to updating it again yet. It is so neat to me to see all the different cities where people are committing to abundant living – to savoring. What an encouragement! My hope is that it encourages you to keep on fighting the fight! You’ve got a brother or a sister on the other side of the country fighting alongside you!
Finally, I hope to post about The Walker Run soon, and include some pictures from the spectacular day. Hoping God gives me some words to explain how grateful my whole family is for that day…
I have posted another post today so scroll on down if you want to read a little more.
“Love you to the moon and back a billion quadrillion times”, as we like to say around here…