Just a quick update on things here.
Our daughter continues to do well during her hospital stay, and the baby is scoring the highest rating on his daily biophysical profile tests, so that is good news! He is 27 weeks old now, and we are praying that he can stay in his mommy's womb until he is developed enough not to have to fight for life when he is born.
My husband continues to improve every day during his recovery from his hip replacement surgery, and God is giving us all the things we need to get through this difficult time. So many prayers have been answered, and I have personally felt the presence of some of His Angels surrounding us.
I have received several notes expressing concern about our safety from the flooding of the Mississippi River here in Vicksburg. Fortunately, most of Vicksburg is high and dry, but my heart and prayers go out to those who have already lost and who will lose their homes ... and to the farmers in the Louisiana and Mississippi Deltas who have lost their crops due to flooding. I pray each and every one of them will feel the presence of God and His Angels helping them through each day, too.
I hope to get out at some point today and take a few pictures of Vicksburg, as it endures its most recent Siege ... this time from the Mighty Mississippi, instead of Union soldiers.