Monday, June 13, 2011

Miscellany Monday

Miscellany Monday @ lowercase letters


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Sweet Man
You see this sweet man, well, he's my Dad and he's had a tough time the past couple of months.  He has been in the hospital twice and we had to take him back this past Saturday evening.  The other two visits were because of a colon infection but this one is entirely different.  He was stricken very suddenly on Thursday evening with muscle weakness and had little use of his extremities.  The possibility of Guillain-Barre Sydrome is being discussed but Drs. have not said for certainty  but are continuing with tests.  I would so appreciate your prayers for him.  We are hopeful that he can make a full recovery, whatever it ends up being. I will keep you posted!
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Clancy
Hubby and I are suppose to fly out early Thursday morning headed towards Dodge City.  Yep! this will be our first trip to see our daughter and her family since they moved there a few weeks ago.  We are so excited about seeing our little Clancy and hopefully my Dad's condition will be such that I feel comfortable leaving.
  
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Matchy Matchy
I usually have a French Manicure on my fingernails but this past week I decided that I wanted to be "matchy matchy" with my hands and feet.  I think the color is called "Cajun Shrimp" by OPI.
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      "The Golfer"
Hubby plays in a Scramble every Thursday evening and I decided to go along with him this past one.  I took my camera and had a good time snapping cute shots of him.  Don't you think he looks cute in his plaid shorts?  I do! ~giggle~


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Best Friends
 I got to see my "best friend forever" this past Friday for a little while.  She was in the area (she lives in Orlando) for a family reunion and we managed to sneak in a little time.  I want to tell you that she is a Stage 4 Colon Cancer survivor.  Yep! isn't that amazing!  She was diagnosed 8 years ago this past Jan.  She has since been declared "cancer free."  Now, I must say that her cancer was diagnosed through a routine colonoscopy, she had no symptoms and no idea.  So, girlies, if you are 50 years or older, make sure you get your colonoscopies. It could save your life!

My days are very full and busy right now with my Dad, so if I do not get by to visit, you'll know why.  He is most important right now and again, I so appreciate your prayers for him.  We are hoping for a more conclusive diagnosis today. I'm thankful that I serve a God that gives me peace in the midst of the storm.
 
Monday's are always fun because of MM. Hope yours in a happy one.
 
Lea
Lea

Hi there! My name is Lea. I've been wife to the best Hubby for 44 years....Mom to a son and daughter....CiCi to 4 precious Grans....lover of family and friends....enjoy laughter and a good time....shopper....picture taking maniac....maker of delicious fudge....organizational enthusiast....memory maker....Southern Belle...and most importantly.....a Child of the King! Welcome to my little corner!

17 comments:

  1. My heart is so heavy for you. I am praying for your Daddy and for peace for you.

    Praise God for your friend's victory over Stage IV cancer - amazing! Good PSA for colonscopies too :) You just reminded me that I skipped my January mammogram and really need to get that scheduled. Going to call now!

    I pray that you get answers today and that your Daddy is feeling better this morning. Hugs!!!!

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  2. P.S.
    I had my toes painted almost the exact same color last night ;) Noelle keeps saying "Mommy has red toes!".

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  3. I do hope and pray your dad makes a full recovery, and that you will have a peace about whether to stay or go to Dodge this week. It must feel like being "between a rock and a hard place."

    Your mani/pedi is cute. Doesn't it feel so good to be pampered that way? I love "summer toes" ! Good to hear that you got girl time w/ your bff.

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  4. Hoping and praying that everything turns out okay for your dad, and that you can go on your trip to see your daughter and family.

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  5. Love the nail color! Hoping your Dad is feeling better soon. I was in the PA house this past weekend and look at his cross all the time and think of him.

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  6. Oh, Lea, I am so sorry to hear about your precious dad...know I will be praying for him and for you...he is an amazing person...and so loved
    I am excited you have your trip to look forward to and seeing Clancy boy...so happy for you
    I have worn Cajun Shrimp for a long, long time...right now have a pink on..but usually wear the Cajun Shrimp and like it...
    Lynette is an inspiration to all of us...she is a trooper and a one of a kind lady...you two fit together as best friends for sure...such a blessing to each other..

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  7. Prayers for your Dad...have a wonderful trip! Your nails look great and so glad you had time with your friend...God is faithful and good.

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  8. Love the matching nails and toes! I'll be praying for your dad and for you!
    Blessings on your day!

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  9. Your dad and your family will be in my prayers. I am so happy for your BFF, what a awful thing to go through, I am glad she is a survivor!
    Have a safe trip to your daughters.

    Susan

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  10. Praying for your dad and wisdom filled docs. I'm so sorry.

    Can't wait for you to see your kids' new place! And for you to hug that boy!!!

    What a precious BFF!

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  11. I'm so sorry that your dad is still not doing well! Praying for him and for the medical staff caring for him.

    I hope you get to go see your Clancy man this week!

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  12. Hi, dropping by from Carissa's lowercase letters! Sorry about your dad, prayers lifted! BTW, love that poster, I'll pretend it's not Monday! HAHA!

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  13. Praying for your Daddy. And for your trip. I love that polish! I have it too and love that color. I also have to chuckle at the names OPI gives their colors. Praise Jesus for your sweet BFF and her victory over colon cancer!

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  14. I'm praying for you and your Dad. Being the "filling" in the sandwich generation is so hard, isn't it? {{{hug}}}

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  15. Praying for your sweet dad! Soo hard as our parents grow older and have to deal with so much huh? My heart just aches for them. I am liking the matchy match, lol. I always go french too. Maybe I will branch out. Glad you enjoyed time with your bff. Hope you have a wonderful visit with your daughter and grandbaby!

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  16. I enjoyed your post, I will be praying for your Dad and for your strength during this time as you help him.

    Have a blessed week and trip!

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  17. It's Thursday night that I'm reading this. Hope your dad is feeling better and your trip is going well. Keep us posted!

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So glad you stopped by and hope you enjoyed your visit. I love your comments and read each and every one of them and I always try to reply to them. Blessings to you this day!