|"God delights when we face the impossible, because it is then that He can do the incredible."- Julie Moore|
Tomorrow morning I will have my EEG, and next week will be my MRV. I must admit; I'm a bit nervous for some reason.
Maybe it's because the thought of being hooked up to a bunch of wires and being sleep deprived (4 hours or less of sleep) doesn't thrill me.
Maybe it's because next week's MRV may involve a poke in the arm, and I'm not the biggest fan of needles with my itty, bitty veins that like to hide sometimes.
Maybe it's because I'm fully expecting them to say that things look "normal", and I'm not ready to hear that because it makes me feel crazy.
Maybe it's because they may find something.
I could come up with a million reasons, I'm sure, but I have to remind myself that God knows, and He delights in these seemingly impossible situations.
I have no idea what tomorrow holds, but He does. This seems impossible - everything has come back "within normal", nothing looks obvious, and yet I have these symptoms that cover the entire map of crazy - but this is where God lives and thrives.
God delights when we face the impossible, because it is then that He can do the incredible.
No matter what, God will be there, and He wants to do something incredible.
That may not mean He will cure me, and that's ok.
"Incredible" has many forms, and I hope to manifest one of them.
Above all, I just want to be used by Him...
No matter what that means.
I appreciate your thoughts and prayers at this time, and I will post an update when I can. I don't think I'll have any information tomorrow yet, but I'll post sometime tomorrow or Friday most likely.
Thanks again for your thoughts and prayers!