No running today. Spent the morning at the peritoneal dialysis (PD) clinic getting trained on using the cylcer (a machine that does continuous peritoneal dialysis). Hubby currently does PD five times a day at home. The PD procedure is called exchange (draining and filling of fluids from the peritoneum) and usually takes 30-40 min. each time. The cycler is programed to do 5 exchanges within a span of 9 hours. So this enables him to do the PD at night while he sleeps, and he just needs to do one exchange manually during the day.
Today also marks the 8 month anniversary of hubby's emergency craniotomy in Sydney Australia when he was serving as mission president. It is also transfer day in our mission and many of our sister missionaries, who we received 18 months ago into our mission, are returning home tomorrow. If we were not released early because of medical emergency, this month would've marked the half way point of our mission.
Our mission, though lasted only 10 months, was a gift from our Heavenly Father. Our lives are continued to be blessed and we continue to love our missionaries. :) We are so grateful for our Savior Jesus Christ. We marveled at His infinite love and amazing grace given so freely to all mankind. The redeeming and enabling power of His atonement is real and we feel that power in our daily life. I am so grateful for His gift, the gift of eternal life!