As Lamis slept this morning the meeting to decide about surgery for her took place at Sheba Hospital. The conversation is still being had, although the initial opinion is that she would not survive the surgery and therefore it is better not to go through with the operation; also a contributing factor is that the likelihood of a heart transplant is slim to none.
The doctors are still discussing possible ways of treating Lamis, so we are trusting in God to provide for her. Please pray with us for Lamis’ future, to God there is not a part of her life that is unknown. May we continue to trust Him with her.
It was nice to meet Lamis’ mother properly, as things were a bit rushed in the emergency room when they arrived last week. Lamis’ mother is so sweet and welcoming, blowing kisses and calling me “habibti” (my love). She and Lamis had to leave Gaza for Sheba in a hurry, so it’s been quite a challenge for Lamis to settle in to the ICU without all the things she had to leave at home.