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Remember Not The Former Things

After several, difficult weeks we have finally received a partial diagnosis about my son’s chronic pain. This has left me with more information about how to help him, and more questions about what comes next.

The next few weeks will be pretty quiet around here, as I pursue my first and always most important, God given priority – my family. My husband and I are focusing on how best to love each other through stress, and pain management, and daily battles, and sleeplessness. My mother’s heart is determined to work through all the changes that must be made in order to give my son the best life possible – and give his younger brother the time, attention, and love he needs.

Thank you for your constant support, messages of love and encouragement, and the knowledge that we are never alone in this.



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  1. Shawna;

    My heart is feeling very heavy today. I am so very glad you are starting to get answers and I hope you find your way through all of this as quickly as possible. Please take care of yourself through all of this!!!!

    all my very best.


  2. Thinking of you and your family during this time. It is not easy. Nor is it easy finding others who understand how difficult and heart wrenching your journey must be. It can be a lonely path. So sending you a message to let you know I appreciate your posts and your ability to share your journey with others. And to let you know someone is thinking of you.

  3. Praying for you as you walk this difficult road. As a mom to a 9 year son with High Functioning Autism, I have found great encouragement in your blog. Praying that God will give you supernatural strength and peace as you enter this new season.

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