Monday, September 8, 2008


When I was in the hospital with the twins, everyday was a struggle. Just keeping them in my belly to "cook" was a feat.

One day, when they did a sonogram on my belly, I was told baby A may have some mental retardation due to the lack of nutrients she was receiving. So, they wheel me up to my room and I am pretty upset. Then to make matters worse, they are putting up the nativity scene outside my hospital room. Then it starts raining/sleeting . I mean really are you kidding me? Then the funniest thing happened. I am bawling and very upset when I look out the window. There is a little red speck, then another, and another. I go over and look...ladybugs. Lots and lots of ladybugs! In the middle of winter! From then on, whenever there was a problem I would see ladybugs on the windowsill. Of my bedroom at the hospital, and later outside the window of the NI CU.

God really does work in mysterious ways.


Kappa Prep said...

This is a wonderful story and I think many can find inspriation through it! Thank you for sharring,

Kathleen said...

Oh my goodness gracious! I think it was God who sent me to your blog last night! How precious is that? He really does work in mysterious ways!