Wednesday, August 22, 2007


I called my sister's house this morning just to chat and my brother-in-law answered the phone. He sounded stressed but I didn't think too much about it until I asked for my sister and he said, "Well, she's not here - she's in the hospital." He had just gotten home to gather a few things for her and I happened to call at the right time. He took her to the emergency room at 4 in the morning as she thought she was having a heart attack! He said that they put her on morphine for the pain and that they were still doing tests. They have done an MRI and will do a stress test tomorrow morning. At this point, they don't think it's her heart, but they aren't sure either. I spoke shortly with her on the phone and she was still in pain despite the morphine. Would you please, please keep my dear sister in your prayers? Her name is Lindy. I'm beside myself with worry, but trying to place it in the Lord's hand. After all, we know what the Lord Jesus said about worry.

Thank you so much for your prayers, dear friends! You've been so supportive and I know I can call on you once again.


  1. I for one hate it when they aren't sure what is causing pain, especially in the chest area...I've been through this myself...found out eventually that it was due to my being anemic? Chest pain is a rare side effect...go figure...
    Bless her heart an MRI...I just cannot do those...back in the spring they tried but the tech brought me out saying I was shaking too hard to get a good picture...
    I pray she has a easy night of it and they find the source of her pain and it is an easy fix!
    (((hugs))) to you during this time!

  2. Yes ma'am I'll be praying. I do hope it's nothing serious, but if it is, God is still in control.

    Keep us posted when you can.

    Love and hugs,


  3. Sending prayers for your sister. I'm sure you must be very worried..

  4. Thankyou for visiting my blog this week. I'm sorry to hear about your sister. I will be sure to say a prayer for her.


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