Good Morning Prayer Warriors,
Well, there's not much to say. Last night was exactly like the time before it...except for more crying. Usually when she starts to vomit there's not much you can do for her. You just have to pretty much let her do her thang and if she wants any help she'll tell you. It just becomes even more heartbreaking though when she starts to cry. She told me that she didn't want to do this anymore. I can understand why she wouldn't want to, but at that time and moment I wish I wasn't the one she was telling this to. I can't imagine what she feels. The exhaustion that she must feel is pretty much unfathomable. All I could say to her was that she was almost all through this terrible storm.
Yesterday we were told that the pain in Jesse's chest might be caused by anxiety. With all that Jesse is thinking about and worrying about, it all adds up in the end. Really...compared to the people who get anxiety when they get on planes and what not, Jess, a sixteen year old girl who was suddenly diagnosed with Leukemia, has a whole bunch of disturbances stirring around in her. To help though, she will be prescribed this medication that will hopefully help with the pain AND her nausea.
There are so many things that could be the cause for her pain in her chest. My mom and I were discussing that it could possibly be from the violent coughs that she has, which could also be the problem that's causing her to throw up all the time. I pray that we'll be able to find a solution.
Please pray that the Therapist that will be visiting Jesse today will be able to maybe help her with her pain. Pray that he will bring encouraging and wise words to her. Please also pray that the rest of Jesse's day will go as well as possible.
Thank you all for everything!