Saturday, November 20, 2010


Dear Family and Friends,

I have debated and debated whether or not I should do this as a blog post, it seems so informal, but it is also the best way to get the word out right now.

There have been so many people asking what they can do to help right now and offering to do anything they can. Life right now is still pretty normal right now - almost too normal sometimes, so it is hard to find anything that we need besides prayers (but we really appreciate all the cookies that have been dropped off).

However, I have asked my family to fast with us tomorrow (Sunday) and am now extending the invitation to anyone else out there who would like to. Paige will have to be sedated for all three tests that they are going to do this week as well as the surgery on Wednesday - so I am fasting for not only the doctors to be able to guided as they perform the tests and surgery, but also for her little body to handle all the anesthesia (and breathing tubes, and being taken away from mom, etc.) that go along with all these tests.

I know that our Heavenly Father is a god of miracles - I have already seen many these past few weeks. I also know that prayer and fasting is a powerful way to secure these miracles - I am so grateful for the supportive family and friends that I have.

Thank you for all you have been doing, and all that you continue to do!



susieq said...

We are all fasting for you and praying and hoping that everything goes well this next week. I hope this Thanksgiving will be a good one for all of you! We love you and your children so dearly and know that our thoughts are with you, even if our bodies aren't!


Sue and all

Sara said...

Thinking of you and your family, and truly uplifted by your faith. We will keep you in our prayers.


Christelle said...

I did fast with you. I do wish there was another way to be close to you in person not only in spirit and faith. I will fast the day of the surgery too. I love you.

Brittney said...


I am so sorry to read what you are going through. Your faith and strength is an example to us all. We will keep you in our prayers.

Brittney (Anderson) Dix