Labor day has come and gone and to me that means one thing, summer is almost gone and fall is fast approaching. The days get shorter, the kids are back to school, and cold weather is right around the corner. I don't really care for the winter months.
We spent the day with family and had a great time. the weather was absolutely perfect, and the food was great.
The past several weeks have been somewhat difficult for me. I feel slight changes taking place which is never a good thing with ALS. My arms feel weaker, my hands are weaker making things like eating, typing, turning pages when reading more difficult to do. I am extremely grateful that my breathing is relatively unaffected so far. I pray for healing every day,but I also know that if healing doesn't happen here on this earth I will be made whole when I get to heaven. I am grateful for a caring wife and family. They help me cope more than they realize most times. Pray for Emy and the boys as they travel this journey with me because I certainly couldn't do this by myself.
It is another gorgeous day outside and I praise God for giving me another day to enjoy!
As I am posting this I am listening to a song with lyrics stating God will provide. I'm counting on that.