The blood markers confirmed the fact that something good is happening in my body. I have been feeling extremely well. I went to Mississippi last week and saw my dad, sister and many friends. I drove 1477 miles on that trip and enjoyed myself at every stop. The best part of the trip, though, was coming home to Art and the kids (I went by myself) and to seeing the sign in the picture waiting for me.
I will have scans on July 22, receiving results on the 24th. We are anticipating a marked improvement over the last scans.
I didn't do much on my Bible studies while I was traveling, but am back in them now. I'm still going through Joshua in my Bible writing project and I'm going through 1 and 2 Thessalonians in my summer women's study. I still have lots and lots of questions, but as I've said before, I'm getting more and more comfortable with questions that don't have clear cut answers. One day, I'll know.
For now, it seems that day has been pushed back for a while. I like the idea of hanging around a bit longer as my children continue to grow. I know I have no guarantees (I have seen people go from no evidence of disease to death in three months), but I'm taking my current health and enjoying it to the fullest.
Livin' my daily miracle and lovin' it.