Friday, January 15, 2010

A little request

I'd like to add a little addition to your prayer list ladies.
Haiti and the aftermath of the earthquake, is on
everyone's mind and list.
God Bless them.
This request is personal.

Many of you know that my precious MIL has
been fighting Stage 4 ovarian cancer
for a while.
She could sure use some extra prayers as her
physical body weakens.
If you are a praying person, please pray.
If not, please just send a positive thought her way.

I have seen the power of prayer first hand.

Thanking you in advance.
You all are the best.

XOXO

16 comments:

Darla said...

Of course...

*The Beautiful Life* said...

I'm so sorry to hear about your MIL -- you bet. My own mom is now under hospice care with very little time left. I am so happy to pray for your MIL, as I know so many have prayed for my mom.

Take care,
Ruth

Elizabethd said...

I will be praying. The power of prayer is immense.

Debi said...

Being asked to pray for a friend or their family is an honor. Thank you for entrusting your readers with that task. Blessings to you and your MIL.

Debi

Lorrie said...

I'll be praying for your MIL. In the overwhelming tragedy of Haiti's earthquake, it's sometimes easy to forget that others have deep and personal pains as well.

blessings,
Lorrie

dsm1 said...
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Sea Witch said...

Done. I will keep MIL and you as well in my prayers. Sea Witch

Jeff said...
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BonjourRomance said...

Barb, Of course, I'll keep your MIL in my prayers as well as your enitre family.
Take care!

Joanne Kennedy said...

I will continue to keep your mom and your family in my daily prayers. How hard it must be to watch someone you love battle with cancer.

Hugs,
Joanne

Theresa said...

I will be praying for your Mother-in-Law! I am reading about more and more bloggers with similar prayer requests. Blogging connects us all together at the heart! You will all be in my prayers! Hugs from my heart to yours!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

My momma had this disease and it is not a pleasant sight to watch someone go through this. You and your family are in my prayers dearest Barb. Bisous, Anita

Pondside said...

First of all, yes, I'll remember your MIL in prayer. I've made that request too many times to let one pass by.
I have had such a nice read through here again - loved the youtube clip on the French villages. We lived near the Alsace and Ribeaville is well-known to me. I also laughed at your 'love affair' with markets in the Netherlands. We also lived, at one time, not far from Heerlen and Maastricht in South Limburg. The first time I saw an 'ordinary' Dutch market I thought I was in heaven - the flowers were like nothing I'd ever seen before. The smell of the earth, the frying fish, the fresh fish, the sound of the vendors sellling their goods and underpinning it all, that unique language.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Dearest Barb,
Your husband and yourself, you must be exhausted...I remember when my mom had it. It took out the life from me as well. God bless you all. I hope that you son is well, dearest. May God energize you with the peace that comes only from His hands. Thank you for visiting. Bisous, Anita

Charm and Grace said...

Thanks for your sweet words about my 'lump' and you can certainly count me in on the prayers for your m-i-l. Hard to watch someone go through that, I am sure.

Much love,
Christi

Jennifer said...

I had Kidney Cancer surgery in June and was very blessed with my prognosis - prayers surrounded me. Mine are with you and yours. Jennifer

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