Today I received a letter from Estefani's aunt "Tia" Lourdes. This family is so freakin respectful it almost embarrasses me. I wonder if they feel that I would choose not to sponsor Estefani if the didn't kwol in my presence. Seriously folks, I chose to sponsor her because she touches my heart and sponsoring her is easy. It's one of the few things in life that make me still feel like I have a purpose for being here. If I watch movies on Netflix every month in leu of going to the theater, I've made up the difference. Her mother and her aunt write me letters to let me know the difference that I am making in her life. I think that money is a tool. It is God who will make a difference in her life. I just want her, like I want my grandsons, to grow up knowing Christ. I want her mother to have peace of mind. I don't want her to worry about how to raise the children she has. They are an amazing family. It is so worth it. Please check out Compassion International.
After talking to Tim about the possibilities of getting the recorder and talking to R from Dr. M's office today I decided to go ahead with the placement of the loop recorder. I called L to tell her and she sent the message along to Dr. W's secretary to set the surgery up. I suspect it will be sometime next week. I will have to ask Mollie and Tim if they would be available to drive me. If they are not, then I will have to ask my church to step in. I am so wandering into territory that I never wanted to visit. I am not completely sold on the idea of a defibrillator. I don't know how parents of small children do it. They decide to put devices in their children's hearts that will deliver electric shocks strong enough to cause an adult to cuss. I am getting more and more of a sense that LQTS really sucks. No, cancer sucks...well maybe they both suck.