Dennis caught a cold virus last Thursday. But yesterday, instead of getting better, he got worse and now, he has the cough already. And it happened when he was supposed to go on LIVE starting today, meaning he will already start taking calls from clients. Grrr…
I think that God is saying that in everything, Dennis will have to rely on Him. When he surpasses this health problems, then all glory belongs to God.
And I am happy to tell you that Dennis has successfully passed his training period, and it seems none of his batchmates were left behind. I guess if you really put your heart into it, you will get through and successfully get through it.
Anyway, today, Dennis will start receiving calls from clients already and we are praying for God’s wisdom and guidance in every call that he receives. Not to mention favor from God and man so that he will not be getting nasty calls. Or at least he would know how to handle them and not let these calls affect his efficiency at work.
As for our baby’s update: Baby has turned 23 weeks last Sunday.
Fetal development in pregnancy week 23:fetus in sixth month At this point you’ve pretty much adjusted to the fact you’ve got a moving little gymnast inside of you, but now they’re going to kick up the party a notch because they can hear and react to sounds from the outside world. Sounds from your alarm clock, a thunder roll, or that darned car honking at you across the intersection can actually jar their little ears enough to elicit a kick or violent bout of squirming. Of course this also means that their little ears are picking up the sounds of your voice and those near you. So go ahead, sing a lullaby to your little angel—if they start kicking, it’s likely they just want you to stop… or maybe it was a kick of approval? You decide. Your baby’s tiny taste buds are still growing and their bones are continuing to ossify (harden), their tiny veins are visible through their translucent yet wrinkly skin. (Think of it this way: they’ve been swimming in the equivalent of a long hot bath for the past 23 weeks, so you can’t blame them for being a little prune-like.)