part of the morning preparing our breakfast; we had deer sausage with cheese
and jalapeno peppers. Ginger had quite a large mass to cleanup in the kitchen
when we finished. At the service station Caelin and I visited with Joe Madair
who told us that he was headed to Shreveport and that because of a large
kidney stone it appeared that they would have to remove one of his kidneys.
I asked Caelin to lay hands on him and pray for him. He prayed that this
wouldn't happen. Later today I called Joe to find out the results of the
testing. They found that he had six small kidney stones and that is kidneys
were not in danger. They sent him home to pass them.