Unfair advantage goes to jeff noel and his nine-year old son.
What the? Huh?
Yes, unfair. Completely unfair.
Or maybe, just maybe, it’s an absolute and utter competitive advantage.
Depends on how you view the cup.
Frequently (way too frequently) our son has migratory joint pain. It lasts from a few hours to a few days. It infests his ankle, pinky finger, wrist, knee, elbow, palm, foot, shoulder, and sometimes his hip.
And, it picks one single location, not all simultaneously. Just one.
Whenever it impacts from the waist down, it will limit his mobility. Doesn’t stop him, just limits him.
Ever seen a three-legged dog?
Sometimes he’s a one-legged boy. Everyone at his school gets it. It’s Chapin. He’s special.
Outside of familiar surroundings, people think there’s something wrong – “Why don’t his parents take him to a doctor and get him checked, and fixed”?
Dude, you have no earthly idea how many doctors, treatments, tests, x-rays, needles, medicines he’s seen.
But my wife and I have.
And even so, we feel blessed beyond measure.
And, ironically, as I type this, Jeremy Camp’s “There Will Be A Day” is playing….. There will be a day, with no more tears, no more pain, no more fears. There will be a day, when the burdens of this place will be no more and we’ll see Jesus face to face…:
To be continued…..Meanwhile, carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂