A quick update:
I’m doing really well! Two weeks after the toes were broken I am walking everywhere without my crutches and just a slight limp. I still can not put all my weight on my foot nor, can I walk at the speed of my peers, but I am doing incredibly well.
As for the swelling–it has gone way, way down. I still get swollen after a day of being on my feet and lots of walking, (today–I had to put a lot of weight on my foot while driving the motorbike…that wasn’t pleasant…and I’m very swollen right now….) but for the most part, the problem that once was, is no longer.
I’m doing incredibly well.
And I’m claiming a miracle.
Aaaaand, the fear that I once had of driving my motorbike has completely subsided. Which is another miracle in and of itself. [Who knew it would take me breaking my toes in order to get on that that. Unfortunately, I do have this habit of dropping the bike once I’m parked. But, I’m practicing not doing that.]
In other news, we are in a season of major transition. May marks the end of hot season and the beginning of rainy season. With the rain comes the beginning of the school year and the return of Mark and Mai. AND! May also brings my quick journey back to America!
I feel like each of those topics is a blog in and of itself, but they are blogs for a different day.
In the meantime thank you for your continued prayer. I’m asking Papa God for complete, 100% healing before I teach, which would be this coming Wednesday.
Thank you for your prayers and love.
Oh, and I’m putting my haircut to a vote. This is the picture I would show the hairstylist:
I keep flip-flopping. I make a certain decision and then change my mind.
The haircut would happen after my trip to America at the end of this month and I am going to let my class vote on it as well……your vote counts!
What do you think?