Thursday, December 22, 2011

"Never Let Go"

(by David Crowder*Band) Never Let Go - Remedy

Never Let Go by David Crowder Band on Grooveshark

Soo....I know I already posted something today, but I could use prayers for both sides of my extended family...

Grandmommy (my mom's mom) passed away this morning. You may remember when I mentioned that she wasn't doing so well. She has been in a lot of pain for a long time, and things continued to go downhill. Her body started shutting down, and she hadn't been able to eat anything since Monday, so we knew it would be soon. When the doctor explained what was going on & asked what she would like for him to do to help her, she said that she was ready to meet her Jesus. I don't blame her really. She has already buried her sister, two husbands, and two sons (one of them during that terrible week a couple of years ago & another as an infant). She had a really big smile. And she made the best chicken fried steak. Our last visit with her was so good, and I'm so thankful for that.

Also, my uncle Neal (my dad's little brother) is in the ICU. He was visiting my aunt in New Mexico & was having chest pains this morning. She took him to the hospital, where they airlifted him to Roswell & then on to Lubbock. He arrived there in full cardiac arrest, and they found that his aorta was 100% blocked. They put 3 stents in, plus a couple of balloons in some other arteries, & a temporary pacemaker.

Anyways, I would really appreciate your prayers for my family.

Amy

2 comments:

Jennifer @ Studio JRU said...

Amy... I am so, so sorry to hear this. I am grateful to hear you had a wonderful visit with your grandmommy when you saw her last! Things like that are such a blessing. Prayers are with you and your family. My mom had an unexpected surgery yesterday, actually 2 surgeries. I know how much prayers help at times like these! Love to you Amy!

Amanda said...

Amy, I am reading this late so I am sorry about that. I am so very sorry about your loss. I am praying for your family. I hope that your Uncle is doing well. We miss you guys.