Actually, it's all my favorite--what great reassurance that she is doing well (at least from a cardiac standpoint).
There were a few tiny "we'll keep an eye on this" kind of things, but I really am learning not to worry until I know I should be. Swine flu does not have a hold on me! :) Or maybe I'm just so desperate to send G to preschool AND dramatically reduce L's sick visits over last winter.....that my 'power of positive thinking' is going into over drive. Really, I think I'm beginning to figure out that worry is pointless--there is a God (it's not me) and He knows the number of all of our days. Which works out great for me...because I don't have time to worry and am pretty sure I am powerless over the pig flu. (*I feel compelled to remind everyone that my grandma is concerned that this H1N1 flu is giving the swine a bad name. Don't discriminate again pork people--what would that do to the economy??)
All kidding aside (for 1.2 seconds), our continued gratitude for any and all prayers offered for Lilah and our family is the most humbling thing that has ever happened to me--that so many know and care about her is mind-blowing. The Lord hears our prayers and has blessed her life.