So, I stayed home from church today and my lovely family stayed with me. During the last three days I have been experiencing pain around my right kidney area accompanied with nausea. I suspect a kidney stone, although I have never had one before. Sometimes the pain is mild, sometimes so severe that normal pain relievers do not work, and sometimes the pain is gone altogether for a few hours. Just incase you didn't already know, I'll let you in on a little secret...I'm a big wimp when it comes to pain!
Perhaps early in the coming week I'll visit the dreaded doctor to see what he can do for me *sigh*. Most of you know I detest going to the doctor! If anyone has any advice and/or remedies for kidney stones (if that is indeed what it is) then I'd be appreciative if you'd leave a comment! :)
Yesterday I had baked a batch of 'Cheesy Whirls' to take with us for our church's 'pot-luck' dinner. The pain was very bad last night and still present this morning so we agreed to stay home, but Brian took the food to our neighbours house (they also attend our church) so that they could take them, with them to enjoy. My kind friend then gave Brian some meat to bring home, to save me from cooking lunch! My mother also is cooking a steak pie for us today, so all I will need to do is whip up a portion of vegetables and some mashed potato! How blessed are we?!
There are SO many blog posts that are unfinished at the moment, that I have had the idea to hash them altogether in the one post. I hopefully will do that over the next few days, so keep a watch out! Also a good friend of mine is due her baby in two weeks time and I still have not finished the crocheted blanket I started to give her as a gift! Though I've not much more to do; an hour or two each night should have it finished soon enough.
Today we have had private Bible time ( I am reading in 1 Kings) and just after Meg had gone up for her lunchtime nap we listened to our new (just arrived last week) KJV audio Bible!!!! We LOVE it!!!!
I hope you have all had a restful weekend! Have a great week in the Lord!