Wow! How on earth do students in Seoul know about Noah?! Thanks for your prayers! Today the CDC in Atlanta confirmed that Noah does not have the botulism bacteria in his stool sample, but there are two bacterias growing that they have yet to confirm. (This is follow up testing to the tests they performed weeks ago when the mice died from bacteria in Noah’s stool…) We continue to wait for more test results and answers… Noah continues to win hearts left and right. For a guy who can’t even talk, he sure is smooth!
Em starts preschool tomorrow morning. I’m mixed about it because, in our family, it’s not just preschool, she’s beginning 20+ years of schooling, most likely! She’s excited one minute but sad the next. Obviously under the circumstances, there are mixed emotions, but once she’s there, I know she’ll love it.
Noah has had a bit of a cold, I think, because he has been coughing and sneezing quite a bit, but doesn’t have a lot of boogies. Because he’s on the respirator, we can’t hear him cry or cough or sneeze or anything. It’s like a silent movie.
Thank you for your continued generosity and support. Please continue to spread the word about Noah. I have always been so in awe of the way God makes this big earth feel like a small world by connecting people in heart. We love you all and want you to know we pray for you as God leads us. Until later…