Worship Wednesday 3/11/15

Happy Wednesday you all ! I look forward to Wednesdays for one simple reason---Worship Wednesday with my girl Beth over at Adventures of a Schoolmarm.

This week has been a crazy week. My youngest, Alexa, has been sick on and off with ear infections and runny noses since October. It's like she's always on antibiotics, so her pediatrician referred her to an ENT specialist. So we had that appointment Monday, and the doctor suggests that she gets tubes put in her ears and her adenoids taken out. Then for the adenoid part, they have to put a tube down her throat for anesthetics. Super scary!!

I've been super fortunate with the health of my children. None of them, except for Alexa, has had an ear infection or any kind of serious illnesses. So all evening Monday I worried and thought and worried. I goggled the procedure and read all about it. I know doctors everywhere perform the procedure daily, but it still freaks me out to have my child put under. Then I came across this...

Cast your cares onto the LORD and he will sustain you. Of course he will. I know this, but in the hard moments of life I think sometimes we forget to pray, to turn to him. So immediately I prayed about it. I gave GOD my worries, my cares. I woke up the next morning and felt better. I know this procedure is what's best for our little Lexaboo's health. So now I challenge you--what worries or cares are you caring around on your shoulders? Pray about it. Turn to our LORD. He loves you and cares about you. He wants you to turn to him. He will sustain you!

God Bless!!


  1. My son had his adenoids out and tubes put in at 18 months. He did fabulous, but I was a WRECK!! It is so hard to see your little one go through it. Praying for a successful outcome for your daughter and comfort and strength for you!

  2. I hope your baby gets well soon! Tubes are a gift from above!!
    Mrs.Christy’s Leaping Loopers

  3. I feel bad that I am just getting around to reading all the posts from last week! How did everything go with your daughter? I hope everything was successful!


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