Lots and lots on the mind, heart’s been heavy. Thankful for the thoughts & prayers for our son & family. I can truly say we have felt God’s comfort through this process so far.
Our son had an accident at school over a weak ago. The first diagnosis was a traumatic hyphema (sever bleeding in the eye). After 5 days of bed rest, the bleeding stopped and danger of loosing the eye was over. His vision was still severely impaired; a black fit and discolored blurriness was all he could see out of the injured eye. Once dilated, they discovered a chordal rupture which meant permanent damage from what they explained. We don’t know the extent of the damage yet, there was still a tiny amount of blood left and a lot of swelling. Time, hope, faith, and prayer….we’re praying and asking for others to do the same.
It’s a test if faith, God doesn’t put anything on you that you can’t handle or that he won’t see you through and that is exactly how we explained it to our son. We are learning a lot about faith, and walking with it, not just speaking about it.
The love & support has been humbling, I hope we are able to give the same to others.
Our next appointment is this Friday, hoping and praying for good news ;/
At the end of the day, God is good,God is great, and through him all is possible. No matter what the final outcome is, we pray for his will to be done and understanding. No matter what, it could be incredibly worse and we still, even today, right now, have so much to be thankful for and more blessings than we could ever deserve. We are trying to be string and brave for our son so he can be. He’s handling it great, extremely frustrated though and want’s the dot to go away. He’s ok with glades, but is holding on to hope he’ll have something better than what he has now. We are so proud if him and how he’s already adjusting. Kids are amazing. I hate he’s going through this though.