This is our motto! Even though we don't always know what's going on in my dad's head, we believe God is working in his heart. (update below)
Comic relief ~ fashion statement? Go Kambry; Go Kambry; Go Kambry!
And He loves us even more! I'm back home, trying to catch up on work and never-ending laundry. My dad is showing signs of improvement ~ praise the Lord! We never take these for granted, but we do embrace them for the short time they last! Dad hasn't been able to rest comfortably for over a week, and one of our concerns has been that in mid-sentence, whether sensible or not, he would just zone out and fall asleep for 30-45 seconds. Finally, yesterday he slept for a few hours and when he awoke he was totally different! He was thinking in the "present" and asking relevant questions. He knew where he was, and he knew our names and all about our families. My two brothers and I were both in the room with him, so it was a huge blessing to have him back! The doctors are seeing improvement, although much slower than they would expect. The spinal tap was done yesterday, and we're waiting on pathology to determine if the melanoma is in his spinal column. We still don't have any answers and are taking one day at a time, cherishing the moments we have and praying for God's perfect timing regarding my dad's salvation. Please remember my mom as well, as she bears a heavy load but carries it well.
In other news, Kuyler goes back to college this week, and we will miss him! He's been so much help during his break. He cared for the kids while I was sick, he runs errands and helps Clayton at work. School may be a nice break for him :)