We are all blessed that you are doing so well. You are such a great friend and helper to all who know and love you. Please remember that we are all here to be of service to you as well because we love and appreciate you so much. God loves you and continues to hold you in the palm of His hands. Much love, Cilly
Super GREAT NEWS to hear you are on the road to recovery and slowly getting back to doing a few things - Just keep in mind that you will not be able to be the iver for awhile so stand back and let us all help you through the next few months of going slow and be on the receiving end of the line. I love you and you are always in my prayers - God is good. Jo Ann K.
Debra you have been through a lot! It is going to take time to heal but you have already come a long way! I can only imagine how frustrating the wait must be for you for the healing and for the docs to get plans rolling! But hang in there! It will keep getting better and better - sometimes a day at a time and sometimes only a week at a time. But it will get better! Prayers coming your way!
I am 4 wks post op and I saw my cardiologist just last week. He too told me I had a heart murmur, different from what I originally had. He said i will always have a heart murmur, Good luck with your healing process
Sometimes we get impatient about the progress we make. But I'm reminded that God gives us respites in life for a reason so that you can spend more time with Him. Consider this your Godly respite. --Maggie W.
You are in my prayers constantly. You are so strong and brave. Rest assured the Lord if holding you in the palm of His hand and is never going to let you go. We all love you so very much!! If there is anything you need, please do not hesitate to ask.
Sure like seeing your posts. I hate to call you if you're not feeling good. Let us know when you're ready for a visit and Sally and I well come over. Still praying for you each day. I'm glad your body is healing. Keep thinking possitive and you'll be over this soon.
All our best,
My mom had a wound that would not heal and when a specialist went in and searched the wound very carefully he found a very small particle. Once that was removed the wound healed very quickly. Ask them to take a really close look and make sure there are no foreign particles.
Today is Tuesday, 15th -- Bob and I are hoping that all that the doctors are doing will work-out for the best. Just keep up the faith and never forget the power of prayer. Put your faith in HIS hands and remember you are not walking along. Always Bob & Vee
You are in my prayers as well, I pray that God gives you the strength to keep going and have mercy on you and spare you too much pain, I know what you are going through and I know that God is right beside you when you are under and the Doctors are taking care of you. Keep at it, girl, I know you can do this!!! God bless you!
It is a joy to hear from you and Ienjoy rading about your progress. If John is the first to see your posting he is quick to let me know I should go read it now! If you feel like another excursion pack up Pat and y'all drop over anytime. We are home .
Our aches, pains and lazinesses are just normal for maturing folks - they aren't contagious . Love and Hugs JoAnn K
Well, that's good news, Debbie. I thought about u and how you are getting in and out of Pat's truck. Let me know if u want to try one of my shakes. They really are energizing, great for diabetics, and the almond milk is very low in calories. I add frozen peaches, bananas and other fruit. Praying God will continue to strengthen you!
I am so glad that you are home Debbie. I hope that you are able to eat something soon, keep up your strength so you will heal quickly. I have been thinking of you each day and hope that you have this infection beat. Take care, Betty
So glad to hear you are home! Don't worry about the pain meds for now - just keep the pain under control. That helps with your healing. Will be praying for appetite to return soon and that you will quickly feel better!
Good luck with the infection and PICC line! I had endocarditis and have been getting antibiotics off and on this whole year. Finally had the valve replaced on Dec 12 and am stuck in the hospital until Jan 20 on the antibiotic regimen, due to insurance coverage issues. Hope to read that you are going home soon!
We were looking forward to you being home today, but we know it is best for you to be in the eyes of the Doctors and Nurses. I am just really pleased that they are wanting you back at Seton to keep checking you and are following your progress - they know what is going on and what to look for. You are in our prayers and your ears should be ringing all the time because you are being talked about (and it is all good) Take care and God Bless you. Jo Ann K.
The silver lining is that the same people are looking at the issue and taking good care of it. We couldn't ask for anything better. This is the Lord's way of taking care of you. It's probably His way of making sure you rest during the holiday season, as well. Try to remember how much love is surrounding you and how many people are holding you in their prayers. God's gifts are unimaginable, healing you is one of those gifts. Love you and keeping you in my prayers, Cilly
I just know in my heart that the Lord holds you firmly in His hands and He is so much bigger than any infection. He is surrounding you with His love and peace. You are in my thoughts and prayers all the time. Rest well and we'll get you home soon. Love you, Cilly
Sorry that you are having to go thru this additional pain and surgery! I know they say that God doesn't give us more than we can handle, however. ... I pray that he is done showing you your strengths!
Find your happy place somewhere in the midst of all the things that are going on and take care of you! !! I think and pray for you daily my friend!!!
So sorry you are having to endure more harsh encounters, but hang in there, Debbie! Don't give up on your faith that before too long, you will be coasting along "wirelessly!"
Love you, Neighbor! You're the best!--Maggie
Debbie, I will say some special prayers for your spedy recovery. Hope that by now the infection is under control. Was awy last week so I'm just catching up on things. I'm sure you will be much better by Christmas. Cheers, Irma
Debbie, we are still praying for you, and know that you are going to get better soon, and that you will be back to 100%. We all know that is is not fun being in the hospital, but sometimes we need to stay there longer than we to want to stay, to make sure everying is O.K. before we go home. Keep you chin and your spirits up, and remember we all are thinking about you, and know that you will be home soon. Love ya. Bob & Vee Brown
We love you Debbie. We will continue to pray for your fast and speedy recovery. Our God is a mighty God and will heal you on His time. Hopefully that is quickly. As soon as you are able to we are going to have a bbq for you.
Graham, Kati, and Madelynn.
Thinking of you and praying for you daily. Don't be in a hurry to get out of the hospital as we all want you to get better as fast as possible and they are taking good care of you.
Get well quick,
Eric & Sally
Hi, Debbie. Pat told me all about your setback, but it sounds like you are back on track. Thankfully, you caught it in good time.
Prayers continue for your recovery. Rest and complain if you have pain. God bless you as you endure so much disruption. Hang in there. You will pull through!--Maggie W.
I pray that you recover from this illness so that you may live life without the burden of small things, so that you may tackle larger tasks. I believe that if you believe that God has you in His hands then He will give you relief from the pain of this illness. I care about you very much and I understand the pain you're going through to some extent. I love and miss you and you are always in my prayers!