Tuesday, January 28

Update on Ann

before the dusty road of the Cross
Ann will be leaving to go home in a few days so she can rest and continue to recover. She will be taking blood thinners to try to dissolve the multiple blood clots in both lungs. It is so incredibly painful, her doctor, also a recovering addict, said she needed to be on pain meds to get through this. The doctor commented that he didn't realize she was going through more than withdrawal until she kept complaining of the pain she was in and they took a cat scan. That is when they discovered the multiple blood clots in her lungs. After Ann has had time to recover, she will be back to blog. She would appreciate continued prayers as she says she has never been this ill. Thank you so much for all your prayers for Ann.

Message from Ann

the uggs taylor brought to rehab.
a piece of one of my children.
i am so sorry i haven't been able to blog.
i have been and am still so ill.
there are no words to thank you for all your prayers.
because of your prayers, i am truly making it.

i've had the most wonderful nurses and some
of the best doctors.

jan is steady and holding her own.


  1. Ann, we will not stop praying for you.

  2. Praying for healing, for relief from the pain, and for comfort and strength for you, Ann.

  3. Continuing to pray, and sending much love to you. May His continued peace and strength hold you tightly.

  4. Prayers being lifted this morning special friend! So many intercessors lifting you up Ann to our Great Physician, our Heavenly Father. Hugs and prayers and blessings!

  5. Thank you so much for updating us on Ann. We care about her and love her so much. We are fervently praying and we know that God will heal her. Thanks to all of your wonderful staff there! Ann..get better and don't worry about blogging!

  6. Oh, Ann! I too continue to pray! For rest,peace and trust as you ride this out always with your eyes on Jesus...thats when we can walk on water...on top of the waves that threaten to wash us away.
    I live with several chronic illness and often with great pain....I can make it through the day if I turn my eyes apon Jesus...not at all easy. But oh to look full in his wonderful face. and the things of earth will grow strangely dim in the light of his glory and grace!

  7. Praying for you and Jan.. Like Hope4today, I also live with a couple of chronic illnesses that cause daily pain...Abba is my lifeline (literally).
    LOVE the purple uggs and love that they represent so much love. Hang in there. hugs.

  8. Praying and told my friends to pray for you as well.
    You are very strong and brave.
    Keep persevering
    God will bring you out of this :)