I have wonderful news from my pastor, Nancy Bontempo, today. She finally had a successful biopsy that told the doctors what they needed to know before treating her. The upshot is that she will not have to have a mastectomy! Praise the Lord! Continue reading
One more update on my friends in Louisiana… Betty sends her thanks for all the prayers that went up for them after I posted about her and Mike. She says that while others are saying the weathermen were wrong, she prefers to believe that God answered our prayers and hers.
Speaking of storms, we went through a doozy today.
Last week, when we went to pick Merih up from the place he is staying, we noticed he was talking with a beautiful young woman outside his room. At the Bridges event last night, he introduced her to us. Her name is Kader (pronounced Keh-DAHR) Sirtikara. Continue reading
June is a month of celebrations in my family, but this year, particularly so. Continue reading
When I got home from church this afternoon, Mark was working in the bathroom. He accomplished quite a bit. Continue reading
My pastor, Nancy Bontempo, had her first appointment with an oncologist last Thursday and I hadn’t heard the results so I asked her about it in our prayer meeting before church this morning. It wasn’t good… Continue reading
Jamey and Sage flew home from Madison today, but I was able to have breakfast with them before they left Door County yesterday. Continue reading
I was kind of worn out yesterday after taking Jamey and Sage to Washington Island. I had taken a bunch of pictures and fell asleep before I could get them all processed. Today was less tiring, which I will explain later, but first, pictures from yesterday… Continue reading
It’s been a good day. Jamey and Sage drove up from Madison and arrived in Door County this evening. More on that later. But first, my pastor… Continue reading
The furnace guys came around 8:30 this morning to put the ductwork in. Apparently, at 12:20, the delivery people tried to deliver our new tub, but with the furnace truck in the driveway, I guess they decided not to drop it off. I was out getting lunch for the young men and me so I didn’t know about until I found their note tucked into my screen door. And at 1:30, Bill Curran came to work some more on our bathroom vanity. Continue reading