Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Please say a prayer

Please say a prayer

I truly have friends for Angels. Right now some of those angels really need our love. There are days when I feel my anxiety for my family & friends, engulfing me. This is one of them. At these times I turn to my faith.

Most sacred heart of Jesus I place all my trust in thee.

So often they have been my Guardian Angels here on earth. So often they have reached out & touched my heart.

My beloved Dads health is causing concern for Mum & I. He is at times becoming very withdrawn& his thinking quite muddled. The poor love has confided in Mum he is not coping at all well with the thought of my surgery in November. This is all so hard for him. It is so cruel that sometimes we hurt the ones we love so much in this world. We all have our own worries.

There are several friends who kindly visit this blog who are going through really challenging times. Sometimes our blogs go quiet because we are just so busy living our lives. Sometimes its what we do not say that speaks volumes. Sometimes there is nothing wrong at all. A friend is someone who understands your past, believes in your future and accepts you today the way you are. Bless you all.

A Guardian Angel Prayer for Friends:-

Guardian Angel,
watch over those whose names you can read in my heart.
Guard over them with every care
and make their way easy and their labours fruitful.
Dry their tears if they weep;
sanctify their joys;
raise their courage if they weaken;
restore their hope if they lose heart,
their health if they be ill,
truth if they err,
repentance if they fail.



chrissie said...

Gosh, Debbie.

I am saddened to hear that. I hope things pull around for him. I'll say a prayer.


Anji said...

I'm sorry to hear that you dad isn't coping so well. I'm sure that your mum has helped a lot by visiting the clinic with you and explaining what she saw. Thinking of you all

NickyB (aka the CFG) said...

Sending my prayers for your Dad, and for you and your Mum too Debbie.
lots of luv, nicky xx

alan said...

Pass along hugs to both your parents from me; several for your Dad! From one old aircraft mechanic to another; from one old assembly line worker to another...

And make sure you claim one each for yourself!


GirlWhoShould said...

My thoughts will definately be with your dad, I am so sorry to hear about it.
My love to you and your family.

Lucy xxx

Debbie K said...

Bless you all

My Dad had a much better nights sleep last night which helps a lot.
He ended up in hospital only 2 years ago worrying about me transitioning. He has been through a far bigger transition than me in a far shorter time. He has been so supportive but its so hard for him. The surgery must seem akin to finally having the funeral of his son. It is so cruel, so hard.He is prone to depression & has been showing all the signs again. Hopefully this has just been a blip as he seems brighter today. It is too much to ask my parents to go through at their age.

Thank you x million for your thoughts & prayers.


Lucy Melford said...

Your Dad reminded me so much of my own when I briefly met him. Certainly I will pray.
Love, Lucy