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The Date Is Set!

Thursday, September 23, 2010

After another 8 hours at the hospital today, we now have a date for Norm's surgery; Monday, Sept. 27th at 7:30am. We are happy to finally know that he will have his heart fixed. Everyone is telling him that he will feel so much better after his heart gets back to regular capacity but he is dreading the aftermath of the hurting chest and legs where they will get the veins...

I will be in for a long week, next week and probably won't be sparking much but I will try my best to give updates on his progress.

I covet all your prayers for my DH and me too!

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    Hi Kath, a stressful time for both of you but it will be fine, keep positive hun and believe.

    You'll be in my thoughts emoticon
    3578 days ago
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    Oh, Kat, you both are in my prayers sooooo very much! God has you and Norm in His loving hands, holding you both close under His wings of protection. On the 27th I will wake up and the first thing I will do is go to my knees and say a word of prayer for the both of you that day...and I will continue to pray the whole day. I know what you are going through. Brian went through an aortic bypass so I know how stressful it is. Norm will BE FINE.

    I just know he will be. All things work for the good of those that love our Lord. God bless and many blessings, dear wonderful friend.

    You're in my heart always,
    Michelle :)
    3578 days ago
    Kat, I will pray for you both for the trying week ahead. Facing surgery is a difficult thing, but your faith in God will bring you through this.
    3578 days ago
    Of course we will pray for both of you! I have the song God Will Take Care Of You running through my brain right now!
    3578 days ago
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    You will both be added to my prayers. All will be well, just believe.
    3578 days ago
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