As with most MRI results we have to have wait for our doctor read the results first then she will contact us. So we know nothing new at this time.
This was the first time I've ever had to have an MRI and I was a bit nervous, especially when it comes to the whole "do you have any metal in your body" talks you get. I was wracking my brain trying to determine if I'd ever had some elementary school accident where some long-forgotten object was lodged in my leg (alas, and never fear it was only graphite from being "accidentally" stabbed by a pencil by "Mike" in 6th grade).
After an initial mild (mild!) panic of going into a tube strapped down I settled into the 20 minute session where I repeated memorized scripture and praise songs.
Nothing like magnetic resonating imagery to give you some quality time with the Lord.
We will update as soon as we know results, realising we may not know much more than we already know now.
Our last update, and what we know now:
Friday was a hard day for our family--a day where our faith was put into practice; where we begin to walk our talk and live out the songs we sing, the lessons we teach and messages we preach.
In Christ,Mark & Jordan
Again, thank you for lifting our precious little girl and our entire family up before the Great Physician.