Sunday night Devree's hair really fell out and we had lots of tears, only on the left side of course. Devree commented on how she looks like an old man now with her balding spots everywhere. She took a shower and the hair clogged the drain so much she had to take the hair out of the tub by the handfulls. There is a big difference in shaving your head and knowing and seeing that the hair is there and will come back, to seeing it fall out and not any sign of hair and wondering if it will grow back. We have seen many kids here, where their hair has not grown back.
This next Sunday is Fast Sunday and for those that would like to fast and pray for Devree we are asking that you will specifically ask for Devree to get her right side of her face back. She needs to have her eye close all of the way, she needs to make tears and she would love her smile and expressions back for the right side. We really are concerned about her eye because it is susceptible for infection and disease with not being able to close all of the way and not making tears. The right side of Devree's face has been her biggest thing she doesn't like. Not even the hair is as important even though tears have been shed over the loss of it.
I am trying not to worry because of the latest book on Faith I am reading. Garth Allred wrote it and Todd and I know him very well because we took his classes at BYU-Hawaii. He wrote "Worrying is a lack of faith." So I shall not worry! Ha! Ha!
Looking forward to relatives coming on Friday and Todd coming on Tuesday!