Wasola News: May 9, 2018
Friday, April 20, Gary and I got to Cox South Hospital at 5 a.m. to have my surgery. I had a laproscopic total hysterectomy, robot assisted. No cancer, no driving for two weeks, no lifting for six weeks. I am thankful for all who prayed for me.
I had a surprise visitor Friday while I was in the hospital: John Schultz, who had come to Springfield to visit his son, Roger Cochran, and John’s grandson, who works at Cox South. He didn’t get to see either one, so he came to visit me before going back to Missouri Association of General Baptists services. This is the first time I’ve missed the Association. I came home Saturday afternoon and am doing OK.
Tuesday, April 24, Dana Brazeal drove Honie Nokes and Dara Strong to Springfield to doctor appointments. Dana also had her granddaughter, AnnaBelle Johnson, with her.
Tuesday afternoon, my visitor was Connie Linder. Saturday, my niece Dana Brazeal drove me to the Fifth Sunday meeting at True Hope Church in Theodosia. Before that, Dana took her two granddaughters, Zoe Shull and AnnaBelle Johnson, to her sister Dara Strong’s for the day.
On Sunday, Dana came by so I could go to church. Zoe and AnnaBelle were with her too.
Guests at Ralph and Dana Brazeal’s last weekend were Wyatt and Liviya Wharton, Zamber and Colt Little, Zoe Shull and AnnaBelle Johnson. They had a little birthday party for Liviya. She turned 10 years old on April 18. Howard and Ella Faye Mitchelle were there for that too.
May 13 is Mother’s Day. A mother’s love is something that no one can explain. It is endless, for nothing can destroy it. It never fails, even though the heart is breaking. It takes a mother’s love to make a house a home. Who could fulfill God’s purpose as completely as a mother?