Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Peace


This picture was taken from the porch of the hotel we stayed in one night during our recent trip. It was a great spot to enjoy the morning and spend time in prayer and meditation. You can even see my coffee! It was very peaceful and refreshing.


I will be in the hospital for at least three days and do not know if my husband will be able to update here  but know that 'no news is good news'.

I covet your prayers in these upcoming days for myself and also for my husband.

I'll see you later!

13 comments:

Gringo said...

While this isn't good news, I thought you would be interested.The Tehran-Caracas Nuclear Axis With prayers and painkillers, here's hoping you get through the operation as smoothly as possible.

Debbie said...

You got it kiddo. I'll miss you while you're gone; your wit and sense of humor really brighten my day. I'll pray for your quick recovery! Later, we'll talk about 'hormone replacement therapy'
Debbie :D

FJ said...

Que Dios le protege.

Kristen Torres-Toro said...

Beautiful!

Praying for you, JungleMom!

Betty said...

You stayed at the HOtel Tirol! We have been there too! It has such a nice view too.
I´ll be praying for you today and hope it all goes well!

The Hermit said...

Wishing you well, you know that!

Deanna said...

Praying for you!!

GutsyWriter said...

I love how you placed this beautiful serene photo with the fact that you're having surgery. It shows that you are going in with a peaceful mind, which is positive and I know you'll start 2010, fresh, happy and healthy. All the best. Sonia

Brenda said...

Thats our motto too, no news is good news :) Praying for a speedy recovery.

Brooke said...

Let us know how you are doing!

Z said...

I've been praying, Rita...I SO hope all went well and that you're recovering beautifully.
Remember (REMEMBER), the recovery might last a while and a doc friend of mine once told me they reckon 1 MONTH for every hour you were under anesthesia before REALLY feeling your energy back...but you are going to feel SO GOOD since this is all behind you!!
TAKE IT EASY..don't lift and know we love you!

Harry said...

I've never had the procedure you're having (had), but you have my prayers and best wishes. Hurry back. And your husband should be by your bedside, not updating your blog . . . unless he's doing it at your bedside.

Anonymous said...

We are keeping you in constant prayer. We hope that the Lord and the meds are keeping you in a state of comfort. We will pray that you will relocate easily from the hospital to home.
God Bless
Eph 3:20
Love Helen