"He is an excellent hurler." I actually typed those words out earlier in a comment on my Facebook page, in reference to Preston. Truly, he is. He gets it from me. Poor kid.
This morning he woke up at 7am and got all ready and came in to wake me up because he was so excited about going to a church basketball day-camp. I sent him back to bed because it was TOO EARLY. Then, when I woke him up at the right time, he said "I have a headache... and a tummy ache" and ran for the bathroom. Then he sat in the bathroom floor and cried because, "Why did I have to throw up today?! WHY????" I felt so bad for him, and I don't have an answer to his question either.
A very similar episode occurred just last week. And about a month before that he woke up in the middle of the night with this same problem. I'm glad he's an excellent hurler, but at the same time, I wish I knew why he had so much experience. This has been going on for years, but never this close together. I usually attribute it to simply "something he ate." But I just don't know anymore.
I can't link it to any specific food, activity or situation at this point. I don't see a pattern. Which means I don't know what to avoid or how to fix it. Stupid 'unknown.'
The 'unknown' already causes Michael's chronic migraines and nerve pain in his back/leg. He has had so many tests and they all come back positive or negative just as they should, no indication of what's causing his ailments. The doctors just prescribe more tests, and at this point, we can't afford it anymore (nor the ones he's already had that have put us into more debt). So... unknown, it is.
I just keep praying for complete healing. Or, at least, a solid answer.