Many things happened this past few days, months to my assumption. Praise God for His blessings and I'm trully grateful for His provision.
First of all, for the strength and wisdom while my wife was away and I'm alone with my son. Actually, the yaya is still with us. Thankfully God knows we needed her; that's probably the reason her schedule for deportation was delayed many times.
Second is for the provision of job for both me and my wife which God uses to provide us our needs. It has been months (probably a year) that we are trying to make all ends meet and with His help we were victorious. A blessing came to us in a form of a job offer and another great thing is that my wife is pregnant and is now on her 11th week (I think).
|taken March 30, 2011 to celebrate Ize's upcoming birthday.|
Lastly is for my wife's return. This time I am not her sponsor anymore. She's finally working as a dentist here in Jeddah (legally - our secret). I know how hard it will be for her to work since she is also pregnant but this time I am not alone on her back, Ize was always there to cheer her up whenever things get bumpy. If you don't mind, I'd like to take this opportunity to ask you all for a moment of your time to pray for her pregnancy. She's one of those rare pregnancy case (could be critical) where her life is also at risk because of her blood related disease. She has a rare disease called antithrombin deficiency and she has to take Clexane during pregnancy while daily intake of Coumadin when she is not pregnant. It is like diabetes in a way where she has to take daily medications but it is very well monitored and maintained.
So, what I was trying to say is "I am back" (I hope) and hopefully you'll get to see more of me and some more of my
boring inspirational thoughts. Thanks to all who visited this site while I am on a slumber. God bless to all of you.