A nice afternoon too hot outside to do anything and all tired we watched a couple of movies. Georgie in her room got a bit agitated so we brought her out and she began to faintly smile, settled down and spent the afternoon waking and dozing off. Took Georgie for a late walk and came home by moonlight. All quiet, no mozzies now and a good chance to pray while walking.
Lately Georgie can become quite agitated at times and sometimes we believe she is just lonely.
The other morning she let out a bit of a frightened sort of cry but you know after just a minute or two of talking with her and touch she just settles again. We can only imagine what she must think at times when she comes to a bit as she can't communicate in normal ways. Though sometimes her mumblings sound a bit like words.
Probably been about the best month now for her for some time.
Ange said a lady at church prayed for Georgie's healing yesterday up the front. Do you know it is a hard thing for so many people to do? There are still some who will pray for what is impossible because they believe it is right and that God honours faith. I don't expect them to but it is encouraging when someone does just the same.
It is interesting to see what is in some folks isn't it? This is tremendously encouraging especially in a church which doesn't believe in miracles - they are basically sticking their neck out ("The age of miracles has passed away" I am told- oh does that mean God has also "passed away" I think?)
We have had a number of well-meaning people "suggest" to us to put her into some kind of "home"- what do you call our place? I think to myself. James and Em were mortified to think of that happening.
So again thankyou for your prayer by which God has been answering and giving us the ability to do this.