Monday, October 1, 2012

The Healer



In the week since I last posted, Lizzy has been in the hospital and had surgery.  The Lord is so gracious and she is healing well.  Her mommy and daddy have been at her side, cuddling her and taking care of her.  We serve a God of great provision.  He is the healer and we are so thankful.  SO thankful.

 We've had the privilege of staying with the big sister.  
We're home now and Lizzy will go home soon.  Jenny and Scott are such loving parents, so committed to their girls.  We are overwhelmed with the kindness of friends who prayed and a God who hears us.  
I'm back to school today.
I'll be back here, soon.

25 comments:

Nancy McCarroll - Arts, Crafts and Favorites said...

So sorry to hear of this surgery for little Lizzy. I will pray for all of you and know she is in God's hands that are loving and warm.

Gabli said...

Thanking God all is well on your side and praying you all get some peaceful rest as well.
Gabli

M.K. said...

Precious sister -- I've thought of you so often. I'm so thankful for God's sweet mercy and healing for Lizzy, his care for your family. May he give you rest this week, and the strength to all you're doing. Love you!

Left-Handed Housewife said...

So happy Lizzy is doing well--God is good! I was looking at the picture of you and your granddaughter and thinking how all of your grandbabies must love you so much. What do they call you?

xofrances

debbie bailey said...

I echo MK and Frances. I've been concerned about little Lizzy and the family. I'm so glad to hear her surgery went well. I'm praying for my mama as she's in surgery at this very minute for a new hip. Please keep her in your prayers. Thanks, Karen!

So good to hear from you again. I missed you!

Gumbo Lily said...

Praise God for His healing, for good parents, for loving grandparents and for the prayers rising up for Lizzy. She's a beaut!

Angela said...

such good news! hallelujah

♥ the quiet homemaker said...

Oh my. Praise the Lord for His care, healing and comfort. What a time for you all. Sending hugs, xxx

Fat Dormouse said...

Good to hear that all has gone well. God bless you all. xx

TexWisGirl said...

awww. poor little one. glad things went well!

magsmcc said...

Don't rush back- take lots of time to thank and think and be after such a whirl. A whole world of bloggistes loves and hopes and breathes sighs of great relief!

Bonnie said...

So happy that the little one is going to be allright. She is such a beauty. God is good and generous and wants us to be happy. It's it grand?

Farm Girl said...

I am so glad you are home now. I have been praying and praying for your family and the baby.
I am so thankful that she was born in this time and not in the 19th century. I will continue to pray for you cause this stuff is really hard on grandmas and grandpas too.

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

Oh Praise God...what an awesome God we serve...and prayers right now for her continued recovery...and for her precious family, may they all, including you, feel God's loving arms around you! So sorry you all had to go through this.

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

Oh Praise God...and continued prayers for full recovery, and prayers for all of you as you continue to feel God's loving arms around you all...so, so sorry

wayside wanderer said...

Sweet little Lizzy. So glad she is healing and she has so many loving and praying for her. Hugs from Texas.

ann said...

Sweet, sweet Lizzy. Did I miss a post? Did say why she had to have surgery? We will keep her in our prayers for a full and speedy recovery. In no time her surgery will be a memory and no one will know she had surgery. Hugs and more hugs for the little angel.

Betty said...

Blessings to Lizzy and prayers that all will soon be home together safe and secure. your post reminded me of a song we sing at church 'Our God is a great big God and he holds us in his hand'. - Bettyx

Thistle Cove Farm said...

Karen, such GOOD news about Lizzy; thank God for His hand of healing and mercy.
What on earth do people do who don't know Jesus? I wouldn't even get out of bed in the morning!

libbyquilter said...

hard to imagine such a tiny child going through surgery. my prayers for a full recovery and peace for all of the concerned family.

:-)
libbyQ

Melanie said...

Oh that's not fair that sweet little Lizzie has had to face surgery at such a tender age. I do hope that she is healing nicely.
I have posted something to make you smile on my blog. A little something that I saw that reminded me of you on my travels last week.
Hope you are having a happy happy day Miss Pom Pom ! x

no spring chicken said...

Our gracious God has you and yours in the shadow of His wing and the palm of His hand. Praise Him.

I want to say that I thought I hit the comment button but somehow ended up on your birthday post. May I say that this post in its entirety is exactly why I LOVE you. What a pleasure to start my day with you!

Blessings, Debbie

Attic Clutter said...

oh so glad Lizzy is doing so well POM(:)love the drawing ~!! AND the teapot background is darling ..love red(:)
thanks on the smoke--cleaner air here..(:) hugs..p

Shey said...

Hi Pom Pom! I hope Lizzy recovers from the surgery soon, she's so little, reminds me of my nephews when they were born, hope you have a blssed day.

Catherine said...

What comfort for you all in your generational faith & gentleness. Such a poignant capture.. sweet, soft mother Jenny & one wee loved & vulnerable little girl..how precious. What a gift..warmth & touch, love conveyed through hands & hearts & skin. Much love to you all. x0x0x0x0x0x0x0x0x

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