The cold, white, sterile walls of a hospital room were all too familiar for @angelahorak . Doctors delivering horrible news made it difficult to breathe. Doctors told Angela her son would die. And he did. Jude died in her arms when he was 31 weeks old. She had already had a miscarriage. So when Faith was born sick, the diagnosis nearly buried her.
Angela has walked the lonely, quiet, dark corridor of hard. She battled trauma, grief and loss all while trying to care for her toddler and hospitalized baby. Faith struggled. She couldn’t talk or hear or feed herself. Yet, below the heartache lived another reality, there was hope in God.
Angela fights for her daughter every day. She’s learning sign language, interpreting and spending hours and hours in therapy (locally and 9 hrs away). She speaks about miracles instead of failures and love instead of despair. Angela, your hope gives us hope. Today we get to pray, post and donate-Link to post and give in profile @themomsweloveclub ️ #loveforangela