What’s up family!
Here’s to a long overdue blog post. Three weeks ago today I was in surgery for a unilateral-salpingo oophorectomy. Many of you already know this because you read my previous blog titled ‘Walk in Health’. If you haven’t read it yet, please click the link below:
This post is not to update you on the details of my surgery. Frankly a lot has happened that I am still processing. But I will say this, that God is faithful and He is always punctual. I’ll also say that I am healing & resting well. I will blog about it eventually, but now is not the time. I would like to take this opportunity to honour and thank the following people:
Thank you to those who took the time to read the ‘Walk In Health’ blog post.
Thank you to those who took the time to send me a personal message.
Thank you to those who encouraged me and redirected me to the Bible for reassuring & uplifting scriptures.
Thank you for those who texted and called.
Thank you to those who joined & covered me in prayer with unshakable faith, believing for a smooth surgery and even smoother recovery.
Thank you to those who blessed me with personal visits to the hospital as well as visiting me at home.
Thank you to those who blessed me with gifts and cards filled with life, light and the warmth of a thousand suns.
Thank you to those that commented/showed love on my shared post of ‘Walk In Health’.
Thank you to those who never cease to support me.
And a special thank you shout out to my Momma, Aunty Sharon, my sister Georgia and Aunty Temi!
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I’ve said ‘thank you’ so many times, that I feel as though I’ve worn the word out. But know that each ‘thank you’ holds the weight of my gratefulness towards each and every one of you. May God remember the kindness you’ve shown towards me and with that may He fulfill your every want (according to His will for your life) & need. In Jesus name, Amen. I caught a full glimpse of what it’s like to see the body of Christ work together, when one is down. And the view from where I sit is absolutely exquisitely B E A U T I F U L! There is indeed, beauty in togetherness. I leave you with this verse in Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 :
9 “Two are better than one,
Because they have a good reward for their labor.
10 For if they fall, one will lift up his companion.
But woe to him who is alone when he falls,
For he has no one to help him up.”
I love you all!
Peace & blessings,