Monday, June 20, 2011


My friends, I need your prayers.  

Life has been hard for me of late.  There are days I feel I am coping, managing with Gods strength, learning more of my limitations and how to say no...and there are days I feel I am completely falling apart.  Without going into all the details, the critical problem is that I am having some major fatigue.  Hours of sleeplessness when my body should be sleeping.  There are known medical issues that are hormone related, but I must await (for me it is a very long and difficult wait of 6weeks) for the results of extensive blood work and other tests done.  It is an exercise in patience and trying to continue to find things that help me cope until my follow-up appointment scheduled the 1st week in July.  If you think of me during the day, will you pray for me?  It has been 2 1/2 months like this and I am loosing heart.  My doctor has been very helpful in the past and I hope that resolution can be made soon!  I know everyone has suggestions...please, right now, all I need or want is prayers.


  1. I will be praying for you. I think of you often. I love you and miss you.

  2. God, I don't know too much about this lady except what I read on her 4 million blogs / twitter / Facebook accounts. But I pray you'll give her the strength to run and not grow weary, walk and not faint. I pray that she'll take up Your Shield. I pray that you'll take away all hormones from all women, but still let 'em"womanly". I pray the peace that passes all understanding will be her only focus. I pray for wisdom, discernment, and guidance for those whom she's entrusted her care. God, I pray that she does 'lose heart' everyday... and gains YOURS! And, God, seeing as how this might be one of the only single, virtuous women left in Burleson, I pray that she'll come to the Concert Friday night and park a lawn chair next to me. If she doesn't God, well...I'll know you gave her discernment!

    All she asked for is prayers....from us [of all people?!]
    I pray you'll give her heart a great big hug w/ your giant, loving, gentle, hands & remind her that she's always in her daddy's arms.