Renee’s Heart

 

(Lancelot and I had a blast at the 1993
Okeefenokee Agricultural Fair.  When My
13 month old baby boy was having a good day, his mama had a great day. I had
accepted the fact that Lancelot had a bleeding disorder and high blood
pressure.  His screaming still happened
frequently, but not every day…Life was getting better!)

(My Knight-n-Shining Armor) My Quest in life has been to be a
writer. I have always been an avid reader.

(Note do not read to your child in the womb, or you will be reading to them for
the rest of your life.) I kept praying to God to give me a story that would help
someone else…
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He
gave me Lancelot. On Lancelot’s Quest of Heart, I see how his story touches
other lives; I learn other people’s stories that touch my heart.

 


So
God has given me stories that can inspire other people on their Quest of Heart.

The
second part of my Quest is to keep Lancelot’s Heart happy and healthy. Dr.
Freeman always said that I centered my life on Lancelot, and that I needed to
have something for myself. Yet she did not know how hard his little life was,
nor actually do I; I was just a witness. I was blessed to see his life blossom.
He taught me so much about life and dairy farms. Once he was able to travel, he
has leaded me to so many fascinating people and places.

John 3:16

For
God so loved the world,

That
he gave his only begotten son, so that whosoever

Believeth
on him shall not perish, but have everlasting life.

I
would do anything to keep Lancelot’s Quest going forever!
( Click on Notes from the Past to
see some Diary excerpts to see my progress in the early years.)

When
I was told Lancelot could die at any moment, I knew how much God must love us
to give his son for our eternal life because I would go to the ends of the
earth to save Lancelot.

I
wish I could have had somewhere I could go when Lancelot was young, to find out
about other children, their parents, and programs that would open doors, so
that is my Quest.

John 9: 1-3 (NIV)

As he went
along, he saw a man
blind from
birth. His disciples asked
him, “ Rabbi,
who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?”

“Neither this man nor his parents sinned,” said Jesus, “but this happened so that the work of
God might be displayed in his life.

John 9: 4-5 (NIV)

As long as it
is day, we must do the work of him who has sent me. Night is coming, when no
one can work.

While I am in
the world, I am the light of the world.”