A Mother and her Two Daughters

19 July 2010

This will go down in my personal history as the day I don’t remember much. 

I’ve been told that it’s been a good day. 



Hi, this is Georgia, Stacy’s mom.  She cannot stay awake long enough to finish this post.  She has been “in and out” all day, mostly “out.”

Here is what I know:

     She lost very little blood.
     Her vital signs remained good throughout.
     The pathology test will not be back for a week.
     She will have radiation once she heals.
  .  She has a morphine pump, which someone called “delicious.”
     She is very comfortable.

She is on her way to healing.  It is not an easy road, but it is one she has been down before.

We all appreciate so very much your calls of concern, love, your many acts of kindness, food and more food, and the unbelievable faithfulness during these many months.  I am amazed at the outpouring of love and prayers that
have come our way.

You have blessed us forever.


  1. It is a good day, Stacy. We're thinking about you and sending good vibes your way.

  2. So glad to hear from you Stacy, and your mom Georgia, and I'm so grateful to hear that you're doing well. We're all thinking about you. Hope you have an easy day today.

  3. Stacy, we are holding you and your family in prayer -- as we have been for many months now. Peace, Beka (Miles)
    [My dad says: "Stacy, keep the faith. One day at a time, sweet Jesus, one day at a time. Brother John."

  4. Thanks for the update, Georgia. We'll continue to keep Stacy in our prayers. God is with you! love, Clefton


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