Stephanie’s MRI did not happen until sometime around 6am. I was told before going to sleep at 2:30am that it was going to be “soon.” I’m still getting used to “hospital time” which is exponentially slower than real time. The staff is now changing shifts which took 1.5 hours last night, and then they have to put her electrical leads back in for the EEG. I’m hoping to have some sort of news before noon.
I’m incredibly nervous to receive that news because I feel it could go either way at this moment. I can only hold onto God’s promises and remind myself that He knows what is best for His purposes in our lives.
Family and friend support has been incredible. My parents are now housing the entire eastern seaboard, with family from North Carolina, South Carolina, Hartville, Ohio and Cleveland. Stephanie has an aunt from Wooster who is driving up each day. Everyone has just been incredible. Thank you all. His is truly showing His love and grace through you.