The Passenger’s Log
Stardate 25 July 2021
An inter-stellar light-warp speed spacecraft bolts across the vast areas of space retrofitted to carry a massive tank of Oxygen in a way similar to how the old space shuttles were piggybacked across the US in the last decade of the 20th Century aboard 747’s.
The Captain’s aide who goes simply by ‘Michael’ brought The Passenger to a map room to show me a holographic image of the current location and routes of travel for the Air-Tanker. I have reproduced it below. It most clearly shows the continued conundrum we find ourselves in. We will continue to prayerfully await the decision of the insurance company. In the mean-time, to meet their requirements, I will be taking another sleep test to determine oxygen desaturation levels this coming Wednesday, 28 July. After that, we await the decision of the insurance company whether they deem the levels appropriate for approval of the O2 at night.
Several folks have inquired as to how I am feeling. I know the cough and hoarseness of my voice are becoming more prevalent. I am still feeling well enough to do most anything but I am becoming more winded more quickly but not at any worrisome speed. The biggest issue is not sleeping more than a couple of hours each night. I hope that the Oxygen will help that. My spirits are good and my first-mate and all the mates and crew are great at keeping the right focus on God’s faithful provision and His steady hand on all our futures. Thank you for your continuing prayers and support.