10.10.2007

Update and Thanks

My grandmother finally got in touch with my mom late last night. Apparently, Mom had lost her phone over the weekend, but put off getting a new one because the old one was the only place she had pictures of her dog, and she didn't want to give up the search. When she finally did get a new phone, she couldn't call anyone, because she stored everyone's number in her old phone.

SO, she is OK. I really appreciate everyone's prayers, thank you. I was really scared, and starting to go into planning/what-would-I-do-if mode. She's going to give me her neighbor's phone number, though, and that'll help, too.

On one hand I feel like I went from zero to catastrophic in a short 3 days. On the other hand, there's history. Thanks so much for your prayers. I can't tell you how grateful I am.

9 comments:

  1. I just read the last post and this one, and I'm glad to hear you have heard from your mom. Prayers still going up.

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  2. Thank goodness! I totally get your worry!

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  3. Oh good *whew*

    Hugs anyway.

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  4. I, too, just read both posts. I understand your fear and am so glad your mom got in touch.

    Peace to you and yours, Mrs. M.

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  5. Praise God that is was JUST a lost phone! Good idea to get the neighbors number. Peace!

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  6. egads. praying for y'all.

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  7. I'm so glad. Hugs to you and your mom.

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  8. When she finally did get a new phone, she couldn't call anyone, because she stored everyone's number in her old phone.

    isn't that scary how we don't remember stuff anymore because we don't have to

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  9. Good news... I feel for your Mom; I would feel horrible if I'd lost all the pictures of either of my dogs I've had to put down. Hope all continues to go better.

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