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Friday, February 20, 2009

The Road to Recovery...

We received the some really good news tonite that my mother in law, Pat, made it thru surgery just fine :)
The doc went in and removed the mass from her lung..and didn't find anything else suspicious while in there. :)
She's a bit groggy still.. but I know she will be back on her feet before we know it!

She's a fighter..and one of the strongest women I've been blessed to know and have in my life.

This picture sums it up best... (click on picture for a lil bigger view)

Taken while we were in Hawaii last February..Mom stopping to take a picture of the cross at the top of the hill..

Her faith is the strongest I've ever come across..and her love and commitment to God even stronger yet. Her road may seem long, but she will have help from all of us to make her way back to a full recovery.

I, we, still have so much more to learn from her..and am truly blessed that she is my mother in law.

Stay tuff Mom..and hurry back home!


8 comments:

~*~Birdy~*~ said...

Hi!So glad to hear all the good news...God is GOOD! Funny when I saw a picture of her a while back I thought to myself..She looks like a very Strong & Full of LIfE lady! Prayers Still Going Up !
SMileS~*~ Pam

hippiedog said...

Prayers and well wishes coming your way......so glad to hear the good news :) xo

Robin Armstrong Seeber said...

been prayin' hard sam!!! hugs, and love, robin

vintagepaletteart said...

You truly are blessed to have her in your life Sam............=o)

I love that pic! And even more perfect at this time in her life.

HUGS........Nana

Ragamuffin Gal said...

Wonderful News! Isn't wonderful to have those people in our life to inspire us?

Chicken Lips said...

So glad to hear that! Best wishes to your mom-in-law!

Diane Duda said...

I haven't been here for awhile. Looks like you've got a lot going on.
My best to your mother-in-law. This is such a beautiful photo.

Take care, Sandy.
xo
Di

Gerushia's New World said...

That picture really is worth a thousand words, isn't it? Especially in the case of your mother in law.

You are blessed to have a special relationship with your husband's mom. Many women don't have that bond.

I'm keeping her in my prayers.

Kim
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