Thanks for Your Prayers

The Lone Ranger, Jell-O, and a cheeseburger on the way—signs that Luke is on the mend after a successful surgery. Thanks for your prayers.

Now for the fun part: ten days of recuperation in which Luke, *age eight,* must remain relaxed (minimal movement). Equipped with books, puzzles, movies, we’re on our way.

 

Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good, for his steadfast love endures forever (Psalm 136:1).

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