Happy Anniversary India!!!
Yes, that would be grilled London Broil.
On the grill!
Well, it is February and there is not currently snow on the ground, so we grilled it.
Well, that spells "Celebration" in our house.
Nothing fancy, just trimmed, steamed and ready to eat.
Yes, yesterday was India's 7th anniversary of her diagnosis of
Type 1 diabetes, also known as Juvenile Diabetes.
Seven years ago, India was told how different her life would be.
And it was hard.
Really, really hard.
But India decided to meet the challenge head on.
Well.......maybe a little bit, but not in a bad way.
India fights her disease every day.
And she fights for those with the disease.
We were, and are, so proud that she successfully pulled off
She raised awareness of Juvenile Diabetes and raised nearly
$1000.00 to give to the Diabetic Youth Foundation.
She is currently in the interview process to work as a counselor at
Bearskin Meadows Camp, the DYF camp for young people
growing up with Diabetes.
Diabetes is a struggle.
But we choose to celebrate her anniversary,
almost as an Old Testament "Ebenezer".
The word Ebenezer means
"Thus far hath the Lord brought us.
And the Lord is bringing us through this daily.
We are so grateful that God has given us our beautiful daughter.
And we are so grateful that even with this disease, in spite of it,
she is thriving.
Please continue to pray that we find out how to keep her healthy.
Next week, we see an immunologist at U.C. and we are praying that she is
able to get to the bottom of India's immune system issues.
The last month has been filled with so many different doctors.
I am tired of it all, but then so is India.
Thank you all for your prayers.
They mean more than you could know.
Much love to you all.