Hi Georgie was taken to hospital on Thurs afternoon by recommendation of her Dr (who had not seen her but because the nurse rang her and said she was "deteriorating" - which was absolute nonsense. I honestly do not know what gets into their heads but as i was at work and Ange was teaching all i could do was say OK you get her there and then i'll come in later.
The xray showed there was no bowel obstruction and nothing to worry about. They wanted to keep her in overnight but i said "shes coming home" and after the Dr checked her out and looked at the scans again and the blood tests showed everything was OK they agreed there really was no point in keeping her in. What a waste of time and energy! the casualty nurses were so lovely though and made me cups of tea and so on. They really are such wonderful people.
However...... In the very next bed to Georgie in casualty was an old farmer friend of mine called Alan from Nyngan who had a stent put in his heart a few months ago and had a little scare on Thurs (which turned out to be nothing).
He waved and i saw who it was and we talked. He said is this the little girl that you've had all the trouble with? I said yes it will be 4 years in a couple of weeks and he said "that would really test your faith". I said yes - but do you know I love God more now than i ever did and i trust God more now than I ever did and he got tears in his eyes and we had a great talk. (He goes to the Lutheran church in Nyngan) He invited me out to his farm to have a look over some things.
After all that we eventually got home at 9.30pm, tired but happy in the Lord for the opportunity to talk with Alan. I had forgotten how many times these little upsets and delays in our days really are God working things out for good.
Thankyou all for your prayers.