Monday, July 2, 2018

UPDATE




My time away from blogging is being 
so good to me, I have time to just sit
and talk with my hubby. We haven't
done that in a long time. Remembering
times when we were first married 54
 and half years ago. He is doing good
with home health care coming each day
and helping him with his balance. I 
know it's a long way to go, but thankful
he hasn't had any small strokes in about a
month.

I have missed everyone and praying the
day will come when I can continue blogging.

Have a blessed 4th of July week!





Thanks everyone for your prayers!
God is Good!


Have a Blessed Week!
Sylvia

17 comments:

Gayle said...

Sylvia, your post has already blessed my week. I sense a contentment that is with you and your hubby at this time and hope for the future.
And I am encouraged to find the same through a few adjustments in my life. Take Care.

Susie said...

Happy 4th of July to you sweet Sylvia. Praying for you and your husband. I too, hope you get to blog, even if it's once in a while to up date your blog family. Stay cool. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

Deanna Rabe said...

That's a good report Sylvia! Thankful for his good recovery. So glad that you are having such a good time being together, and that he has you to walk this journey of recovery with him!

Happy Independence Day to you!

Sandi said...

Happy 4th, Sylvia!

Margie said...

Happy Independence Day, Sylvia. Glad to hear that things are going well for you and your hubby.

Pamela M. Steiner said...

Thank you for this update. I guess I didn't realize Curtis was having so many mini strokes. Thankful to hear they are less than before. Praying that God will give you the strength you need each day. So glad you are having a sweet time together with Curtis. That is the most important thing right now. I am glad that we can still stay in touch via facebook, however. I will continue to pray for you each day. Please take care of yourself as well.

Pamela M. Steiner said...

Oh, I forgot to tell you that I love that little doll with her 4th of July outfit. She is so cute. She looks like a Ginny Doll. Is she? Do you remember those? I have one that is very old from my childhood. Her face looks like this one.

Sylvia said...

Yes, Pamela, it is a Ginny doll.

Jackie said...

Happy 4th of July to you, my blogging friend.
Continued well wishes for you and your husband.
Sending love and hugs to you both.
Always,
Jackie

Debbie Huffaker said...

Thank you for the update. So glad you took time to post. Spending time with your hubby is most important right now. 🙏

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Dear Sylvia, I'm so glad your hubby is improving! Your time with him is what is needed right now and we will still be here whenever you feel like posting. The Lord bless you!

Dianna said...

Sylvia, I'm so sorry about your husband, but glad that he is doing better and that you are having time to sit and talk with him because of your blogging break. That is so needed at times! Praying for you and your hubby, sweet lady.

Sandi said...

Blessings (blissings!), Sylvia...praying for you and your husband this morning.

Nonnie said...

Dear Sylvia, I hope you are receiving the comments to your blog post to know that we are praying for you and your husband. Asking the Lord now to strengthen him and also you for all you need in the days to come. God bless and be with you and give you peace as you rest in Him.

Stephanie said...

Sweet Sylvia, I wanted to stop in and let you know that I am praying for you and your dear husband. I have been away from blogging since the end of May and have missed so much...forgive me.

You are never far from my thoughts, precious friend. Sending you love and hugs!

bj said...

My prayers for your husband, you and your family....
I so hope and pray things will get better and better. I am thinking of you often and beg you to take care of yourself while you tend to him.
Love, bj

CHERI said...

Just read on NanaDiana Takes a Break about your husband needing prayers. Just wanted you to know that I have lifted both him and you up to God asking for peace, comfort, and healing.