Letter to Mom

January 5, 2009 at 1:00 pm 3 comments

Mom doesn’t have her own computer and personal email is hard to do on someone else’s computer, so you all will have to indulge me here while we try to talk in a safe place to do so…


Mom, I thought Larry would not be flying out until tonight?  Has he already flown?  Was the flight full? I’m sorry.

How are you?  Emotional, I’m sure.  Hang in there!

Praying for you much today as you go through the evening.  I don’t think I can call you right now since you aren’t in your office at this time.

A Psalm for you:  “My heart and my flesh may fail, BUT…God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever!”

Get rest.  Eat.  Wait well.  I’ll see you soon.  Praying for you every minute.

Joan

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  • 1. Holly @ Crownlaiddown  |  January 5, 2009 at 6:52 pm

    Praying you hear from her soon! Praying for Larry, too!

    Love,
    Holly

  • 2. Mom  |  January 6, 2009 at 1:52 am

    Actually I do have my computer back now for a few more days since I can’t go to be with L. So, until I process out, again, to get out of here, when I hear news from L.”s condition, I will have my computer for about another week. Love to all and keep the prayers lifted to the Father. Thank you everyone from both of us. B.

  • 3. ~E  |  January 6, 2009 at 7:58 am

    I know this is a difficult time for all of you. Being away from the ones you love when you feel like they need you the most is hard. God speaks to us through His word and blesses us with Psalms to bring us comfort. A Psalm I read this morning that I thought might speak peace over you all…”Cast your burden upon the Lord and He will sustain you” (55:22). He will hold you up as you wait… With love and prayers…

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