I don’t usually post this kinda of stuff on my blog but felt that extra prayer is always needed.
Today I got an e-mail from mom saying 2 things. First being that my Grandfather Mother passed away this morning. Yes Busha was older, I think somewhere in her 90’s I am not really sure thought because I haven’t spent a lot of time with her. I can remember a very few occasions when I saw at HUGE family gatherings and a couple of times at my Grandparent’s house. She lived a long life. She raised 5 Boys! And lost a daughter at a young age to Polio. I am sure though that she is much happier being with Jesus now then she ever was here. I pray for my Grandpa and his 4 remaining bothers. That they will have comfort knowing she is in a better place and that arrangements for her funeral go smoothly. Not to mention for safe travels of the people who will be going to the area for her funeral.
The other thing is that my Grandmother is not doing so well. For those of you who don’t know she has Multiple Myeloma. While my Grandfather was at home dealing with his mother’s death, my aunt took my Grandma to get some blood. Her blood count has been low and her medicine to increase it hasn’t been helping. They say that she looks yellow ( I haven’t seen her since September because we live 3 hours from them). Mom also said that her kidney function is not good either. Her kidney doctor was so concerned that he pulled her cancer doctor out of meeting to talk. The plan right now is for her to see him on Tuesday. Please pray for her healing. I am not sure about anything more then that.
Please pray for my mom and her siblings as they help my grandfather deal with all this. Pray for my mom’s and her younger sisters’ safe travels to their house. I will not be able to go to their house right now due to the kids being little germ bugs! Kendra just finished up having the flu and I caught a cold either from one of them or from work. And since Grandma is already sick it is best for me to stay at home.
Thanks in advance and will keep you posted on Grandma. She sure does have a lot to live for these days!