This evening will commence the third week we are in intensive care. Whatever the reasons, our lives
were interrupted as if an unseen hand had transplanted us into this alternate reality of suffering.
Last evening as I was thinking about it, I realized something isn't quite right.
Granted, the Intensive Care Unit environment is one where the punches keep coming, and sometimes it seems like you are reacting
more than directing the pace of the fight.
But there is one thing we can
do, and that is set the mood
We need music.
Jaymun is in there, drifting in and out. He needs to hear comforting sounds out here, rather than just machines,
people, prodding, and pain.
And this is where you can help. Jennifer and I are both tired, but last night when
I started receiving the first songs, I could feel new strength and peace (see Jaymun's guestbook
I want to make this environment one of celebration. Jaymun is a vibrant little man
, and our God lives forever.
I am thoroughly tired of reporting vital statistics and problems
...I'd rather tell you what songs we played, and what nice things we did for him (massages, washed his hair, etc.)
There are a different set of rules for this game. I know Who the Scorekeeper Is ...by His rules we win big.
I know the angels love music, and I'm asking God to have a strong team of them all around.
This is something you can help do for Jaymun so he will wake up to something beautiful.