Friday, May 6, 2011

Better Day

My mother's doctor's visit went well today. Got her medicine prescriptions renewed and called in.

Got a call from my grandson today. He's looking forward to school being over for the summer as much as his students.

Received a book and a handmade present from my brother and his wife. Billy had made me a cross using three nails. I really love that he thought of me. I will treasure it always.

Enjoyed my quite afternoon while it rained outside.

My husband's doctor called. She will call the surgeon and make an appointment. He will make an appointment to see his cardiologist. There were suspicious cells that need to be examined. Another ride on the merry-go-round.

GOD is good. I'm adjusting and Trusting.


no spring chicken said...

I'm so thankful to ride a merry go round that is maintained by the perfect guardian! I'd hate to ride without Him.

Blessings, Debbie

Renie Burghardt said...

Adjusting and trusting is good! Happy Mother's Day, Ann.

Granny Annie said...

Oh those D&*# suspicious cells! I pray for good reports all around. Have a happy mother's day.

possum said...

Finally have a moment to catch up on the computer - hope it lasts until I get the new one up and running...
Hoping those cells were just a bit of nothing... praying for the best.
I,too, hope and pray we can get out of those countries where we really have no business. Bring our kids home!
Can't believe your peonies are finished already! Mine are just now opening.
We battle honeysuckle here, also. I love to smell it, but it is able to take over in a heart beat!

Do take care - know that I am thinking of you all and praying for the best.

Meggie said...

Sending love and hopeful wishes your way, for you & your loved Husband.
The Merry-go-round is rather dizzying really!

dp said...

I will check in often to hear about your hubby's suspicious cells. My prayers are with you for strength in your worry.

Pat said...

Merry-go-rounds make me dizzy and I don't need any help in that area, LOL!
If we don't adjust and trust...we lose hope. Keeping you in prayer.

Sandi McBride said...

Seems it's always something. I can't figure out if the merry go round makes me dizzy or just makes me addled!
Good wishes and prayers for all!!!