Tuesday, July 30, 2013


In the past six weeks I have...

1. ...gone to the infusion center 3 days a weeks for iv treatment.
2. ...met some inspiring people through the infusion center.
3. ...watched countless T.V. episodes and movies.
4. ...enjoyed creating things like cards and an advent calendar.

Jon's Birthday Celebration

5. ...had many uplifting conversations with my Mom.
6. ...enjoyed going to antique stores with my Dad.
7. ...been grateful to spend this time with my siblings.

Daniel's Birthday Lunch on Cow Appreciation Day!

8. ...enjoyed sending notes via snail mail to my hubby.
9. ...been encouraged by all the love we have been shown by friends and family.
10. ...succeeded in destroying this awful Lyme beast little by little!

It has been a summer full of hardships and blessings. And I am so happy that this season in our life is almost over but I will be sad to leave my family. Lord willing, I get to go home in four weeks and begin a different course of treatment. My CD-57 number is up to 37. So grateful because I thought it would take longer to get my health to that point. Our current goal is to get to 60 and I am more than half-way there! The Lyme Disease should be much more manageable at that point. Thank you for your prayers. We still have a long way to go but we are hopeful that the worse is over.


  1. Great pictures Laura! Praise the Lord for healing... may you continue to trust in Him for all these hard times and blessings. We're praying for you!
    Jen :)

  2. HI Laura, Thank you for sharing the great pictureof Daniel's Bday, the family getting their Purple on! and my favorite ever picture of a bride..truly! What a joy it has been watching from the sidelines how God has blessed the labors of your parents in their Honoring HIm in their lives and prayers being answered for your family. I am praying for healing and health for you and think about how much you have learned and HE will use for you to share in this trial of Lyme in your life. I cannot imagine the difficulties that you have endured. It is beautiful to see how HE blessed you with such a compassionate, patient husband who was able to develop a wonderful relationship with your family before they trekked to Texas. It is also beautiful to see that you can be with them now as all of you grieve the loss of your Grandma. Prayers from Severna Park to you my friend. Love, Mrs. Kerr :)