After an utterly exhausting, terrifying day, the MRI result came back looking stable, which means it looked the same as the one he had 5 weeks ago, and the same as the one he had prior to his BMT cycle. The fellow and doctor on call theorized --even before the MRI, actually-- that the limp could well have been caused by a muscle pull or other injury. A normal 4-year old boy kind of injury. It's almost hard to believe, since we've been denied the privilege of viewing ANY injury of Logan's as 'normal' beginning nearly a year ago. But we'll definitely take it. Anyway, we didn't think to ask if they'd scanned just his spinal column or if the brain had been involved as well, but either way, the spine looking stable over three MRIs is a very good thing.
We are absolutely, immensely grateful for the good news. I know my faith had waned a bit of late. I'd let worry and fear back in. But today served as a good --albeit unwelcome-- reminder that we need to keep our prayer armor on at all times, and not just when things are particularly worrisome.
Have a great Sunday and thank you for reading along and for sharing Logan's story.