Almost out of the Woods

Fall Farm

Things are looking a little more like our normal here in our house. Scout is on the mend from all of the things that hit her the past three weeks. It’s been a challenging few weeks, but we are starting to see a healthier, happier Scout. She still has some residual things that need to clear out of her body from the pneumonia and stomach virus, but she’s looking so much better. Thank you for helping us. Thank you for praying, words of encouragement, hospital visits, food, cards, gifts, love. It takes a village and the farther we continue on our journey, the more I understand that. I have many stories of the acts of love that we received these past weeks. You know who you are, and we thank God for you. He takes care of us through you. I know it, I’ve seen it too many times to deny it.

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Still on the couch, but sitting up, talking, smiling, drinking OJ and eating cheese sticks.

5 Comment

  1. Mark and Carolyn says:

    God does answer prayers. Now we continue prayers for all of you. Stay strong you have our love.

  2. wicky poarch says:

    Oh my, I love that face. I knew she would get better because that’s what we all prayed would happen. Sweet little fighter. Everybody loves you, Scouty. Keep on getting well. Maybe I’ll get to see you in April.
    Love you,
    Miss Wicky, Emmylou’s grandmama.

  3. Aunt Viola Horsley says:

    So glad to know that you are on the mend Scout!! We will never quit praying for you and your family. Love you sweet girl. Your are so courageous and strong!!

  4. Trisha says:

    WE are so excited to see Scout smiling! Yay for getting better. She and her whole family have been in our daily prayers. Love y’all!

  5. Donna Whitton says:

    Natalie and I have been reading your recent posts. We are so incredibly sorry for all the pain Scout has been going through. We will pray for her and that her little body heals and gets stronger. You both have so much faith and thank God that you do. You both are incredible care givers, but remember, God is the only one who does the curing, but I’m sure you already know that. We will pray for you all that the Holy Spirit gives you strength and the peace in your heart to continue on your journey. We will keep you close in our hearts.
    Donna and Natalie

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