Thursday, November 30, 2006


Mama ER has landed

Mama ER will have heart surgery from 12:30 p.m. to around 4:30 p.m. Friday. Going to be with her in the morning, then I'm going to work for a couple of hours rather than just sit around and worry, then I'll go back to the hospital.

(Exact times provided for those to whom "intercessory prayer" means something. As usual, rosaries, good karma, soft-and-squishy high-church prayers, holy-rolling pew-jumping praying in tongues, neo-hippy vibes and happy-happy thoughts cheerfully accepted.)


Repeat: Mama ER has landed, at the hospital here, 180 miles from where she started, about three hours faster than I figured it'd take, considering.

The weather outside is -- well, it's frightful.

Brudder ER reports her "nervous as a wreck" -- from being in an ambulance. Said she couldn't tell the roads were slick.

Off to see her now.


She's in my prayers, my friend.
Me too. You know that. Take extra care in your travels around here.
I will be praying for her as well.
caught your post at daddio's - God be with you all and remember He is the Healer - we are His surgical instruments. what will be will be.

go with God!
Once again, Prayers Aloft for Mama ER, and for everyone who loves her.

And an Official Prayer Request posted at my place.

If you and I agree about nothing else, we agree on the subject of God's Grace, and on his ability to ease suffering (both physical and emotional) and on His willingness to answer heart-felt Prayer.

God Bless you and your whole Family in this troubling time, ER.

My heart goes out to you, and my Prayers go out on your behalf.

God be with you and yours.
Put me in the sincere and even fervent well-wishing category
Lord, be with Mama ER as she goes forward with this procedure. Give her peace and your presence.

Be with ER also. May he receive some comfort and peace also, and whatever else he needs.

Be with the doctors to be able to perform their job.

In Jesus' name. Amen
I shamelesly dropped the first part of this post on several others' blogs. The response is above, as well as on others' blogs.

Thank you all.
I'm glad her trip was faster than expected. That's a blessing in itself.

I'll keep ya'll in my prayers. Be careful on the roads out there.

Glad to be part of the prayer team.

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