My Father-in law did not get his new heart today. His antibodies were too high and they would have rejected it. I hope, at least, someone else benefited from the donor’s gift.
We wait and pray…
On another battle front is Anissa and her family. On Tuesday, November 17th, Anissa suffered a massive stroke…and then another one. When I first heard about it I thought “How could this happen to someone so young and full of life?” I prayed for her and her family. I meant to send a donation, but then things kind of got turned upside down when Paul was sent to India.
Then, today, I saw this:
It is truly amazing this thing that we are a part of, this thing called the Blogosphere. Our paths may criss and cross, usually through posts and comments; if we’re lucky in person. And what is even more amazing is how we care about each other even if said paths have never crossed.
Today I finally made that donation that I had planned on making a month ago. If you’d like to help, you can click on the link below. I understand that in this economy and with the holidays upon us that it may not be possible, but don’t underestimate the power of prayer.
And now I must ‘borrow’ from my friend Lou, the first blogger I met in person, and use his sign off…
It’s an African proverb, pronounced “in-day-nom-bay-tay”. The translation: “As I go, I am wearing you.” It refers to the indelible handprint we leave on the lives of others as we cross paths, whether intended or accidental.