I know I haven't blogged in awhile. But right now this is all I can think to do. I need to express this.
I went to a young couple's wedding last weekend. I know we've all been to many. However, this wedding was very special. The young bride was pregnant and the young groom so proud and honored to be marrying his best friend. You see this couple have known each other since they were children. They lived right next door to each other all while they grew up and grew in love with each other.
I must say that this was one of the best weddings that I have been to in a while. There was such love all around. Everyone was filled with joy. I know it sounds corny to say but I was actually experiencing joy all around me. Then the dancing started and the floor was filled with everyone just simply having a great time with family, friends, and new acquaintances. It was really a special wedding.
As we were leaving the reception the young bride was seated with her feet up and her mother, mother-in-law and close girlfriends surrounding her rubbing her feet and making her feel comfortable. The wedding and excitement must have been stressful on her body.
Fast forward to today. I get a text message telling me to pray for the couple as she is in the hospital with a condition called Non-Immune Hydrops Fetalis (sort of like a fetal heart attack). The mortality rate is 60-90%. It's a rare condition that occurs in 1-2000 births.
40 minutes later another text that the baby no longer has a heartbeat. The mother's health is in danger. The baby will be aborted and the doctors will be working on the mother.
I am praying for a positive outcome for the mother. My thoughts and prayers are with this young couple and their families.
I just don't know what to say right now…I don't know what I'll say later…What does this mean? The outpouring of love that will be bestowed upon this couple will be enormous. I do hope that they will recover from this tragedy mentally healthy from the healing of all of our love.
that's all i can say