I know so many are waiting for the specifics and story of yesterday. I'm going to post about it as soon as possible. I'm holding off for a couple of reasons.
1. Because Daniel was "out" yesterday after surgery, I was the one who talked to the doctor, took all the info ect... There were a few things I didn't understand...not sure if it was for lack of Spanish or if they would have confused me in English as well (as it is all medical terminology). The doctor should be in to see Daniel sometime today and I'm waiting to hear what he says to Daniel since Daniel speaks Spanish much better than I do. Daniel may also have some questions for the doctor that I didn't think of, so when we report, we can do so as accurately as possible. But the doctor was very, very clear to me that it was not cancer and to expect a full recovery.
2. I am eager to share the story of yesterday...again the Lord worked out so clearly each and every little detail...but right now I feel tugged at many ends. I yearn to be with Daniel for his recovery, I have dearly missed my children, and I am excited to share here with all of those who prayed and cried so much along with us. I prayed yesterday night that the Lord would make His will clear in whether I should be with Daniel or here at home. Again, he showed me, without a doubt, that I am to be home today. So I'm back to the loving, kissing, hugging, playing, training, cleaning, washing, cooking ect... that I love to do for my hubby, children and most importantly the Lord.
I was able to talk on the phone with Daniel a couple times this morning and he sounded good...kind of like how I sound after a c-section. :) He has already been walking and even got a hot shower. He was rejoicing and reveling in the goodness and mercy of the Lord.
Last night when he came back into his room after surgery, at first he was very out of it. Then he began talking to me but only in Spanish (he never talks to me in Spanish unless we are with other Spanish speaking people). He wouldn't switch to English. :) I had to tell him that it wasn't cancer about 15 times :) He gradually became more and more coherent and told me that he was now understanding everything fine. So I asked him, "What's the capitol of New York?" And he halfway opened one eye and looked at me and said, "Jaynee, do I even know that when I'm not drugged up?" :)
Looking forward to sharing soon! All we can say is thank you Lord!