Monday, August 17, 2009

Please say a prayer for my granddaughter. She is in surgery right now but hopefully will be home this afternoon. She has had 3 "bumps" on her arm for almost a year that don't heal. One of them if bumped burst open and bleeds. They have ran cultures and tests and aren't sure what they are. Doctor is cutting them out and we hope that will be the end. She is in good hands but prayers always help.
This morning my cabin is suppose to arrive!!! I am so excited. SIL's are going to start wiring this evening and hopefully in a few days Rusty and I will be enjoying our new home. Will take pictures when it arrives and post them later. Have a blessed day. Thank you again for your prayers . Without them I wouldn't be able to handle some days. Friends like you are truly a blessing.


Betsy from Tennessee said...

She will definitely be in my prayers, Peggy. I'm sure she will be fine--and be glad to get those 'places' removed. Hopefully they are just cysts--or something not serious.

Lots of love and prayers,

~Nancy~ said...

Prayers for your daughter and for your new home. Please send me your snail mail addy. You have my email address, I am sure.

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

praying and yes, I want to come and help with the cabin, can't wait to see it.

Anonymous said...

Hi Peggy, I am praying that your granddaughter's surgery takes care of these bumps and she won't be bothered with them any more. Please keep us updated.
How exciting about your cabin. Can you just imagine that you and Rusty will be in there by week's end? You must have lots of ideas swirling around in your head about how to decorate and where to place things. Will Rusty have a special doggy bed?
Be sure to share photos later and God bless you and your family especially this day.

Linda said...

My prayers are with your granddaughter Peggy.


The Mind of a Mom said...

I am sending my prayers for her! I hope she gets well soon.

amelia said...

By this time you will know how she is and hopefully let us all know!

Let's hope the lumps are harmless and all will be well.