Friday, December 03, 2004
Let the Healing Begin
I brought Jeannette home from the hospital late this afternoon. Thank you all for your prayers, love, and good wishes. She is a beautiful and tough soldier. She walked out herself, down the lengthy halls of the hospital, never complaining. She needs her rest now, and my job is to insist upon it (those of you who know Jeannette know she is not one for much rest!).

Jeannette's surgery went well. Although they had reserved the operating room for ten hours, both surgeons completed their job in a total of four hours. She received excellent care at Loma Linda. We will, of course, need to wait for the pathology report; however, there is no room for negativity here.

Thank you again for your love and support. Please continue to lift her up in prayer so that her pain is lessened, and the healing begins.
Written by Joyce
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Name: Jeannette
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