Mar 2, 2007

The windows are in...

...and the roof is on. It's coming along thanks to so many kind and hard working volunteers and generous donors of materials. Soon the interior walls will be up and the doors hung. The plumbing and electricity are supposed to be started tomorrow.

Larissa returned tonight with the news that Ian had a sluggish day today. Those are hard days. We keep hoping for the good days when he's awake and alert and doing something new to show us he's in there. "Hope deferred makes the heart sick." We look forward to the day when we can get him around his family all the time and in familiar surroundings.

Pray for a full recovery...



Tori said...

I have never seen so many windows in a bedroom before. Ian will have lots of sunshine shining in on him to welcome him every morning. What a wonderful, cheery room this will be.

And to see his family all the time and hear the hustle and bustle of the day, Lydia going in his room and talking to him… It will be good to have him home.

Don't lose heart my dear friends, the Lord is at work. Vicki G.

Frank said...

"This IS the day that the LORD has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it."
Psalm 118:24
Every day!

Anonymous said...

Steve, you didn't mention the new pet that came along with the new room...the skunk!

Still praying!

Mary Ann K.

Anonymous said...

I keep Ian in my thoughts each day and Lots of prayer too--
~Throughout the day -- I read the updates -- Thank you for sharing with us.

Anonymous said...

Yes it will be sooo good to have Ian home. The bad days cast such a pall over the good ones. That is when I have to battle to put the truth of God's Word litterally in front of the circumstances and "in your face" medical reports. Continually praying, the allen's