prayer requests for some of our loved ones, far and near. One month later, lets review the list.
- Cousin Connie and her husband Thomas. Thomas is in his last days of his battle. We now ask for prayers that his caretakers can remain strong. Thomas is looking forward to his new life, and finally meeting his maker. He is strong in his faith.
- Cousin Nolan, born months prematurely, has been progressing and growing nicely, Mom was able to give him a bath the other day, the photo was a joy to see.
- Friend Glenn, still battling the "C" monster, reports are that he sleeps a lot, rest is healing and a very good thing.
- Man's mother, situation has deteriorated.
- Friend George, who is fighting the "C" monster, we are thrilled to report his surgery went well. We continue our prayers that his prognosis stays as positive! WAHHOOOO
- Friend Marge, who is having issues with wrists. Marge reports some relief, for which we are thankful.
- Friend John, works hard every day, we are so happy his fight with the "C" monster is on hold! So there, you "C" monster!
- Fellow blogger, Linda, from Flipside, whose son had surgery. Surgery went quite well considering the seriousness, he has had some additional issues since, has been in and out of the hospital, currently back in.
- Cousin Marilyn, still fighting her exhaustion, has now added a bout of pneumonia to the challenge. Rest my dear, rest!
- Friend Patty, now has windows and doors! WAHHOOOO
- Several of the writers of blogs I faithfully read are dealing with their own health issues, and that of loved ones. Sadly, several bloggers have also reported deaths of family members. Man and I send our best, prayers and of course, hugs.
I still have some posts to share with you covering our last weeks here in Gulf Shores, Alabama. Some are prepared and in the queue. I hope you will enjoy them. The wisteria is in bloom, isn't this lovely?
Every day spent on earth is a blessing,
every day spent in our Montana is a day blessed twice.
(Part of my signature line on the Montana Owners Club Forum.)
Our almost 5 months here in Gulf Shores have been double blessed, even with all the cold and very WET weather. We did not have to shovel all that wet stuff! We spent hours of laughter and photo taking with friends John and Donna, and of course, their sweet border collie, Tea. Thanks John, Donna and Tea. The violets have been packed for the trip home; Tana has been getting some extra dusting and cleaning; stashing of things brought out during our stay here, for the most part, is done. Now, where is all that Velcro I use to secure the inside cabinet doors??
See ya on the road, prayers to all, safe rides.
Copyright 2010, CABS for Reflections From the Fence.