Friday, August 29, 2008


It is 6:19am as I am writing this blog. My day entails taking a trip with my mother for an MRI this morning. This is something I haven't been looking forward to. She just recently lost a lot of hearing in her right ear. The ear specialist suggested that she have an MRI as he didn't see any reason for this loss. Being human, my fears of the worst sometimes overwhelm me. I am not a super-human individual that feels strong and can handle any situation that comes along. But I do know that if I was, I would not have any reason to depend on God to meet my needs as He has promised to never leave me nor forsake me. So, if you think about it, your prayers are greatly appreciated.

9 comments:

bella shabby said...

Hi Deb, I'll add my prayers - I think the worst thing is the unknown - Having the tests and then having to wait for results , its when we really have to rely on God to give us Grace and Patience. Keep us posted on the results , Sue

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

Debbie, I will say a little prayer for you and your mother. Just be strong and know that the Lord watches over you and will answer prayers.

((hugs to you, sweet friend))
Becky

miss gracies house said...

I soo understand the waiting and trying not ot give in to fear. Yes, I will pray for you and your mother-peace and grace for you.
Rene'

laurie said...

You've got my prayers. I hope the MRI went well. Missed seeing you out estating this morning.

Fete et Fleur said...

I pray that it isn't anything serious. Blessings to you and your Mother!
Nancy

colbycottage said...

Hi Deb, Thanks for coming down today, we had a great time with you guys. We'll be praying for your mom. Love Kath

colbycottage said...

Hi Deb, Thanks for coming down today, we had a great time with you guys. We'll be praying for your mom. Love Kath

Aleta said...

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your mom.

Warmest and biggest bear hugs to you both. Aleta

toni said...

Hey Deb! I think you got it right, God does want us to lean on Him...that's why He tests us so much. And don't forget the perfect marriage is he's blind and she's deaf--or is it the other way around?! But give Shirley a hug for us! :)