Didn't hit the sack until 4am. Awoke at 6am. Hubby's fever still hovering in the 99-100 range. After taking Tylenol and first dosage of Augmentin, he felt better. I was emotionally and physically drained when I texted my friends. Wendy suggested we go for a short run in which I vented and cried, walked alot. AP: 12:36
During the run, a thought popped into Wendy's mind. Earlier that morning she was getting on-line tickets to see "Lamb of God". The performances in Timpview High School were sold out so she looked into the other location in North Salt Lake and found available tickets. She wanted to take her daughter, Katie, who will be visiting from Idaho. When she printed out the tickets, she looked at the date...it's for March 12 at 2pm, that's TODAY, THIS afternoon! Her thought was Oh NO, that's not going to work, Katie is not here yet, her husband is out of town and Stephanie already has other plans. Anyhow, the thought came to her that it must be for Smooth! So she asked if I could go. It was 11:30 when we finished our run and we had to leave in an hour! I checked with hubby who assured me that he'll be okay and I should go!
What a tender mercy! I was so depressed and mad at God earlier this morning. Watching and listening to the beautiful songs/music/narration of "Lamb of God" was exactly what I needed to calm and soothe my troubled heart. I bawled, tears flowed freely when the solo voice of "Mary" singing "Make Me Whole" and the solo piece of "Thomas's "Sometime We'll Understand". It was like an answer to my many many pleadings with God. It filled my heart with hope and comforted my soul with peace. God sent an angel in the form of my dear friend, Wendy, to minister to me! Tender Mercy!