I am touched by the responses I received for my previous post.Thank you all for your prayers and good wishes. There were a few who commented for the first time and I feel so connected to each one of you-even those who may not have commented seemed to be with me. I am glad to say that the immediate crisis is over and my sister in law may shift out of CCU today. However she has to undergo a valve replacement in around 2 week's time and that means an open heart surgery. It is only after that can one think of treating her stroke which has now become secondary. But I have faith that she will come out of it and we will have her around for many more years to come. The family went through a bad patch but then isn't that life? please continue to pray for her and my request to each one of you is 'please don't take your health for granted. There is absolute truth in the words we used to write in friends autographs.
"When wealth is lost nothing is lst,
When health is lost something is lost,
When charater is lost everything is lost".
So take care and God bless each one of you.
Glad to know that your sister in law is recovering.
Thanks for the blessings.
Glad to know she is doing better. May she continue to get better all the way. you've been tagged.
I've been checking your blog for updates..Good to know your SIL is better. I told my mom and she promised to pray for her.
BTW, didn't tell you this before (timing didn't seem right with all that was happening) but you've been tagged..
Glad to know your SIL is improving. Do keep us updated
parijatha:welcome here and thanks for your kind words.
JLT:I too hope that her days of pain and suffering are over and done with.If only she had taken the signals sent by her body seriously.. :-((
rajk:So sweet of your mom.Thank her for me.I'll do your tag.It will divert my mind somewhat.
pooh:Thanks for your kind words>i will definitely keep you people posted.
My prayers are with you and your family. Prayers for the value replacement surgery too. I know that its complicated than a bypass surgery. Hence double prayers for a successful operation.
Missed out on your earlier post HHG.
Am glad that your SIL is doing better now. Hope the surgery goes off well too.
My best wishes and prayers are with you and your family.
Dear HHG, this strikes a chord as someone very close to me underwent a dual valve replacement and aortic root replacement several years ago, and is, by God's grace, still leading a normal, active life. We are fortunate to live in a day and age when surgery and medical technology are both so advanced that these replacements are possible. All the very very best of good wishes to your SIL for a successful surgery and a complete recovery.
prayers and wishes for her today and always.... dont worry she would be perfectly fine very soon... do keep us posted.
glad to hear abt ur sister in law...iam really positive tht she will come out of this well...take care...
It's good to hear that she is doing better. Our prayers are on ...
Came here after a loooong time - returned to blogging just a few days ago. Read your previous post just now. Glad to know that your SIL is a little better now. She is in my prayers and hope she completely recovers soon.
Hugs to you.
I have been a lurker for quite sometime. De-lurking now to let you know that my Prayers are with you and your family. May you SIL have a speedy recovery.
Glad she is recovring all the best for her surgery.
Feels great to know that she is getting better.
Will continue to pray.
I'm so glad that things are sounding positive...as is rightly said...the greatest wealth is health....an dte sooner we realise thi sthe better...
take care, HHG
With the house being whitewashed i am off the computer for a few days.I'll be back soon.Thanks for your kind words.i really treasure them.
just did your loooong over due '7 weird things' tag :-)
Thats life!!! But are we ready to face it??
I'm so happy your sister in law is getting over the worst..and we shall continue to pray for her and your entire family.
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