Friday, September 11, 2009

Friday @ 3:00 PM

We are now settled with the new hospice and are pleased with the service. They are in the process of switching out the oxygen back to the liquid which Gail likes. Dr. Zenker was here for some time and she is always just an angel to Gail. We have turned off all phone ringers as the pace here has been too too much for Gail. She needs some sleep. We will check phones from time to time but no door bells, no phone rings etc for a while. Thank you for all of your prayers and support.


Thomas said...

Hello,Gail and Carmen! Just 'ol Caneff here....reading your posts, being inspired and deeply agonized in my heart. .....and of course praying for you. You are doing admirably in Him your strength. You regularly pop into my mind throughout the day and night.

I sure do love you.

Connie said...

Hi Gail and Carmen,
God's presence is so evident in your posts and in your lives. I am inspired. I am praying for restorative sleep and peaceful days.


Anonymous said...

Carmen and Gail,
I heard thru Travis to daughter Jenny of the journey you two are on. My heart lept when I saw the picture of you guys... so many wonderful memories of love and care. I will be praying for the Lord's healing touch for you Gail, and peace for all the family. Love you both. Gary

Jen said...

Thanks for keeping up the posting. I'm praying for both of you.

We choose to live this life. said...

God Bless you. We pray and think of you constantly.

I've been humming and singing the song "I will give thanks to thee, oh Lord among the people. I will sing praises to thee among the nations. For thy steadfast love is great, is great to the heavens and thy faithfulness, thy faithfulness to the clouds. Be exalted O God, above the heavens, Let thy glory be over all the earth."

I don't know if it helps, but when you can't sing or pray any more, or are too exhausted, know we are standing in for you with our voices, our praise and our song.

Jo said...

You both are in my prayers. Thanks for the postings it helps to stay in touch when seeing more people is too much. Jo