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Wednesday, January 29, 2014

WOYWW: Desk To Go


Yesterday, I spent the day at the hospital watching over my mom and the box on my desk is the "desk to go" I brought with me. It has the basics of my prayer journal, water colors, pencil, pens, a glue stick, a small pair of scissors and some scraps of book paper and scrapbook paper. And I guess you can see the blood pressure monitor that I have been using a lot these days.


Although I hardly get to visit anyone to check on What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday, or to check out Word Art Wednesday, I still join up because if not, my blog would fade into oblivion.  Thank you so much for all your visits and encouraging messages.  Every little bit of encouragement helps me go through these challenging days. And of course, I run to the Word of God to help me.  I pray for the grace to see beyond the circumstances and always have hope whatever happens.  Blessings to you, dear blog friends.

17 blog hugs:

sandra de said...

I pray that all goes well with your mother. The prayer journal must give you so much solace at this time.
Sandra @8

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

We understand that you can't always join us, but there are times you are able to visit me when life got in my way. It's sort of a reciprocating thing. BTW, your mother is still in my thoughts.

Happy WOYWW from #1.

Regina Hamilton said...

I will be praying for you and your mother. Blessing #3

Peg Robinson said...

So sorry you are at the hospital with your mum. Your journal is right on target. Sending prayers and hugs. Peg R #13

Ann B said...

Not been around much recently, only back to blogging last week so I am catching up. So sorry to hear your mum is not well, I know how hard it is to care for a parent who is ill or in hospital, it seems so wrong when you are more used to them caring for you. I'm sure your presence and prays bring her a huge amount of comfort.v
Prays and hugs from
Ann B
44

Christine said...

Sorry to hear Mum is still poorly, give her a hug from me and tell her she is being prayed for.
Thank you for your prayers for me and PJ ... PJ has a new sister after 67 years ... still in shock but grateful to the Lord that answers are found.
Much love to you and yours
Bishopsmate #65

Annie said...

So sorry to hear your mum is still needing you to watch over her and I really hope she feels much better very soon.Hugs,
Annie x # 38

Lindart said...

What a great idea to take with you to the hospital. Journaling is such a wonderful thing to do, especially in times of stress. Hope your Mom feels better soon.

Gita said...

Beautiful journal page. The flowers are so pretty. Brigita #93

Gill said...

Thinking of you and your mum - your journal page is beautiful!
Take care of yourself Peggy!

JD/ Jill said...

Your journal pages are wonderful! I can so relate to this...when my Mother was ill, I took my crocheting to the hospital with me, and then went home to stay at her house to care for her...my desk for creating and making cards...was a lap desk. (she didn't have a work area for me in her apartment! I maanaged to make quite a bit just working with my lap desk (which was my score-pal. Prayers for you and your Mother.

StampinCarol said...

Hope your mom and you get better. My mom is also having health issues and can relate (but she is still at home). Saying a prayer for you both. Happy WOYWW.
Carol N #81

Irish Cherokee said...

JD/Jill is my better half. I agree with her. We do understand what you are going through. The Lord is one of compassion. Your prayers with everyone else's added will carry both of you through.

Blessings & Prayers

okienurse said...

I was wondering how everything was going with your Mom. Hope she is getting better! Hope you have a great week. Vickie aka Okienurse #111

Robyn said...

Prayers and healing light to all.
Art heals too, so i am glad you have your desk on the go with you.
Blessings,
Robyn 7

Jo Ann said...

"Heavenly Father, I come to you today in behalf of Peggy's Mom whose battling sickness in the hospital. I may not know her and Peggy personally but you know them Lord Jesus! You know their ins and outs as well as their needs. I command the sickness to be destroyed in her body as I plead the blood of Jesus on her and all the benefits that was won by Jesus on the Cross. What is impossible with men are all possible with you. Touch her with your Holy Spirit and manifest the healing even as I speak. Thank you, Lord, that you have heard my prayer. I give you all the honor and glory for the amazing thing you have done. In Jesus mighty name, AMEN! Be comforted by the peace of the Lord, Peggy! Just want to tell you how pretty your artwork is and like you, I also bring a bit of my crafts when I go to places where I'll be stuck for a while. Crafting is a blessing from the Lord. So grateful you joined our Challenge here at Word Art Wednesday this week. Leaving you with God's Word in Psalm 34:8 which says, "Taste and see that the LORD is good; blessed is the man who takes refuge in him." Hugs always...

JO ANN
http://jatterburycreations.blogspot.com

Amber said...

Thank you for sharing your beautiful art with the world. I love that you illustrate strong biblical truths and not just the common ones we see everyday. I pray you are blessed and strengthened by Holy Spirit!

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