I have done numerous free wordart during the last few weeks for my mother. She is in my thoughts daily almost every single moment. I have been going through such a roller coaster of emotions, that I now feel so emotional spent. I have struggled not only with her diagnosis of cancer and everything that it means .... it has brought my fears to the point that I am controlled by them. I believe so much in the saying "Let go and let God", but unfortunately my brain doesn't want to listen.
I have finally made a decision concerning my mother's surgery next Friday on March 30th. I will be flying home next Tuesday or Wednesday to be there with her. This is not an easy decision, because my mother doesn't want me to come. She entered a "denial" stage of wanting everyone to think she is fine. She is upset that her grandchildren know and as she says .... she wants everything back to normal. I do truly understand her feelings. Just the same, I must do what is right in my heart. After continuous prayer .... I know that I must be there with her.
For this reason .... I hope that everyone of my new and old friends understand that I won't be doing daily wordart until after my return back home. I thought of trying to do wordart for about two weeks in advance .... and asking for help from Enchanted Granny on how to post daily even though I am not here. But, I just don't have the energy to do all that work.
My estimate of time in Virginia, I think will be approximately 7 to 10 days, which have me back here around the 4th of April.
And now, the preview for today. This is a mini set of wordart on the word faith.
You can download it at: http://www.4shared.com/zip/R7VE8FbS/file.html.
Another closer look at the wordart is:
Again, this is dedicated to my mother. For those that have been saying prayers for her ... her name is Christa Setunsky. Her surgery is scheduled for March 30, 2012. And, she is going into this surgery with a 50-50% of survival. Please, please, please keep her and all her family in your prayers.
p.s. kind words and comments are always, always welcome