I just thought I’d put up a basic overview of my situation. I think first time visitors may find all this very confusing. And actually it’s even more confusing the more you know of the situation!
>It’s been almost two weeks since we found out about my need for open heart surgery. Boy, has it been a roller coaster of emotions!
>Hey! Today I woke up thinking about the great doctors that I have here in MT and (hopefully) my surgeon in Minnesota. So thankful to have doctors that have my best interest at heart. Most of them are very willing to listen to everything I have to say, as well. It’s such a great feeling to leave a doctors appointment with a smile on my face instead of discouraged by all the ailments we had just discussed. God has put a few great personalities among my doctors -who get me- and for that I am REALLY thankful. It makes doctoring much easier (and dare I say FUN at times). Thank you Lord for creating these doctors!
After telling most everyone the news about my heart – many notes, texts and emails have come with prayer support, encouragement and love. I’m so thankful for ALL the encouragement, love & support! It means a lot to me.
A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a broken spirit saps a person’s strength. Proverbs 17:22
I am SO thankful for our veterans. Thanks to all who have/are/will serve to protect the USA! So proud of you and thankful for you.
“I have not stopped thanking God for you…..” Ephesians 1:16
…..our family Thanksgiving in Jackson Hole, WY is still on!! I CAN’T WAIT! Thought we would have to cancel due to my heart issues. Turns out – the trip is still on. God is gooood!
CLINGING to these words today! “God can do anything, you know—far more than you could ever imagine or guess or request in your wildest dreams! He does it not by pushing us around but by working within us, his Spirit deeply and gently within us.” Ephesians 3:20 msg