Dying Man’s Daily Journal – Thank You for the prayers

I do thank all for the prayers said for Vi. They were answered.

This past 10 days has been one of the most stressful times in my life. It is harder being a family member forced to stand helplessly on the side lines. It has been an exhausting, emotional roller coaster.

Medically Vi has gone through some real highs and very serious lows. Her condition showed extreme changes from day to day with both highs and lows. When I say low, I don’t mean things like her not feeling so good, I am talking things like facing the real possibility of have her foot amputated.

Vi is a very strong woman. Each challenge was met head on and overcome. I believe at times there had to have been Devine intervention.

Keeping this short, just have the need to say thank you. Vi is fully on the way to recovery. Off to the hospital

5 Responses to Dying Man’s Daily Journal – Thank You for the prayers

  1. hilarymb says:

    Hi Bill – so pleased for you both … the roller-coaster ride of the will we lose her, will she survive .. is one I’ve been through with my mother … but for you I’m delighted to read that the major stresses have passed … take care and lots of hugs to you both – Hilary

  2. lypenner says:

    Thanks so much for the update Bill, and so glad to hear of strength amid weakness and even Divine intervention and miracles helping her pull through. Glad to hear you have been protected and carried through it all, with gratitude intact! Prayers will continue as the road to recovery continues. Be sure to read the blog responses to Vi and assure her of people’s prayers!

  3. Betty says:

    Bill, I am so thankful for the update on Vi and the good news that she is truly on the road to recovery. Wishing you both the best as recovery moves forward. Take care Bill as I know this has been very difficult on you. I am hoping the stress is finally starting to lessen.

  4. Mel says:

    G-d is good!! Thank you for taking such good care of Vi and Bill. Amen

    Boy was I relieved for the update. I think we were all getting a sense of how dangerously serious this had become. And I think that’s a piece of why we/I’ve been concerned and worried, not just for Vi, but for how the stress of the situation was affecting you.
    You’ve said it before….the patient is most often medicated during the trauma and the family is not.
    I’m relieved, as I’m sure you are (and “relieved” is an understatement!), that Vi’s seemingly on the other side of that mountain. Now it’s a series of more hills and valleys while she moves into recovery.
    I’m hopeful those will be met with perseverance and tenacity and the vision of getting into those flower gardens, come spring!! (((( Vi ))))
    And you, sir…..breathe. Steal a bit of time on that front step if you’re not already buried in snow. LOL…time in that comfy chair and a nap will work, too!! ((((( Bill )))))
    Know that you both continue to be prayed for by a whole host of us. We can never have too many people praying/sending light and love.

  5. M T McGuire says:

    Yay! Go Vi. I’m so glad to hear things are going well. Still keeping you in our thoughts over here in Blighty.

    Lots of love


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