Even in laughter the heart may sorrow, and the end of mirth may be grief. Proverbs 14:13
This is a verse I've become well acquainted with over the past couple of weeks. Friends and family have surrounded us with love, but Ali is ever on our hearts. We need--crave--the fellowship of the saints; we sense and see the result of all your fervency in prayer. We're thankful; it makes our hearts weigh a little less. And when we're in the room with Ali, we feel the love and comfort flow out of us and gush all over that little one. And that makes our hearts weigh less. But this whole thing is ever before us whether working or playing or sleeping.