Welcome to my blog dedicated to my Journey with Teal....Ovarian Cancer. This blog is where I will make updates to my treatments and tests....hoping to keep blog friends updated and answer any questions from visitors. I did not pick this journey, but am doing the best I know how to walk strong and gracefully, with my Lord's continual strength!

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Please pray for my cousin Pat

I just received news that my cousin Pat is probably on the final leg of her journey with pancreatic cancer.  They have taken her by ambulance to a hospice facility.  She is a wonderful born-again Christian and we know she will be with her Saviour, but we will miss her here.  Her husband of more than 50 years is there with her as is her children...both doctors.  Please say a prayer that Pat will know the Lord's presence with her and for comfort to her family.

God is control and He knows.

9 comments:

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Oh, Ceekay, I'm so sorry to hear this, but what a relief it must be to you and her family that she knows the Lord. I prayed for her and her family and for you, too, that the Lord will lift your spirits.

XO,

Sheila

P.S. Did you get my email? Just checking...

Blondie's Journal said...

Many prayers being said for your sweet cousin.

XO,
Jane

Jan Tanis Designs said...

Prayers being said....

Pat said...

My prayers are with her, and all of you.

Delisa said...

I'm so sorry Ceekay, my thoughts and prayers will be with you and your family tonight. Delisa

Susan said...

Oh Ceekay, I am so sorry about your cousin!! I will keep her and her family in my prayers. I will also be praying for you my sweet blogging friend!

Vee said...

From our own experience with hospice, I can't say enough kind things about it. I will pray that the family and your cousin will know the comfort that comes of being totally at peace in His hands...the safest place in all the world to be. Peace to you and yours and love...

Tami / Maddie Lumpkin said...

Said a prayer for Pat,you ,and family.May the Lord fill you all with His peace and comfort.

Lynn @ Painting Thyme Needfuls said...

Prayers being sent Ceekay. My Dad was less than a year into his retirement and at age 69 was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer......I tearfully said goodbye 6 months later. My Dad's niece (my cousin) Debbie was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer the following year and passed away at the age of 55.........less than a year later my Dad's brother( Debbie's Dad)died from pancreatic cancer. 2 yrs ago my my Mom's brother also died from pancreatic cancer. It is a devastating illness.
Hugs,
Lynn