Not so sure why Mondays are always Blue, but phhheeeoooo we made this one. Maybe because the weekend was to nice and we do not want to start the week.
The Warrens from Cape Town arrived here in Cambodia and stayed with us for 4 days. Abraham and his wife, Chantel and their 5 children will be here for a while. We kicked off the visit with a birthday for Christen and then it was Chantel's the next day. They stayed for a couple of days to re-adjust to time and weather. We got them a beautiful house for rent and they occupied it on Sunday. Went there this morning and they are still doing fine.
I thought I would give you a quick update.
It is now 5 weeks since my second surgery. Both incisions have healed nicely. The second is still tender, and my arm movement, though good, still is limited in the upward and outward stretches. At times there is a burning sensation, but that too is getting less. And improvement is constant.
Mordegai's leg is doing much better, since we talk last. I already started to walk with one crutch again and can put full weight on it again. Seems to me its bending a bit better already as well, or maybe I just want it to be like this.........
Please pray for Gideon's sneezing in the mornings. It effect his whole day at school and work as well. Pray that we can get to know what gives him this allergy. School is still a bit longer and then they have a 2 week break. We need that as well.
Was great to have my long time friend/brother, Sonny here again. He came for some business but also to catch up with us. As leader over us, he is a very close friend and with Angela and Argie we had many coffees to drink. We are friends already for 18 years in Asia. Such a long time to know a real Chinees/Malaysian. Never I would have dream that that will happen to me. God truely gives us a new family when we leave ours behind at home. He provided right from the start in 1996 a friend, Angela, to us. Now we work together. God rocks.
Thank you very much for praying for us. We know that most off you are on holiday but we appreciate your prayers.