Wednesday, April 13

My girl Danielle

Here's my girl, Danielle. Love her. She's not really mine but I stake a claim on her. She's babysat our kiddos many, many, many times, knows what a lousy housekeeper I am and how I feed my kids boxed mac and cheese just about every time we go out... and she still likes me. Here's her cute photo I stole off her facebook. :O
Danielle has Crohn's disease and its miserableness has had her (and her mama) living in Boston Children's Hospital for a looong month. Danielle has amazing faith and has been an amazing testimony to all who have been around her. Tomorrow, my sweet girl has a very long operation to help her feel better and come home.

I know I have some very special amazing pray-ers who read here (Hi Gail!!!) so could you please pray for my girl tomorrow and for her surgeons and for Danielle's mama, who I love much, Laurie? For peace and wisdom and all those good things.


Thanks,


Hannah

10 comments:

Momma Bug said...

Absolutely absolutely!

Sally said...

Prayers from Virginia as well. We can have every confidence that God will bring a confident, steady hand and mind to the physicians. He is the Great Phsyician, Jehovah Rapha. Your girl Danielle is tucked in His hand, and will be home to you all soon, with an amazing testimony!!

Michele said...

To know her is to love her, isn't it? May God hear all our prayers today.

Jennifer said...

You can tell Danielle I'll be praying for her! And her mom too. My son was in the NICU, so I know a little bit about how it feels to have a child in the hospital for a long time.

Jenn

Mary Ann said...

Praying for Danielle, Hannah!

Dollwood Farms said...

Definitely. Will add them to our Prayer Chain!

Anonymous said...

Definitely praying for her!!

Gail said...

Not only is Father God the healer, but also the God that's more than enough. I spent over 60 days with my Mom in a Milwaukee hospital, and He truly IS the one who sustains us during the times we wait for our complete healings. I can't wait for the good report!!

Shannon C said...

I just wanted to encourage Danielle. I have Crohn's and was diagnosed at age 15. My diagnosis came when I had a horrible bout with it when I was on a youth group ski trip 18 hours from home of all things. I immediately was hospitalized for over a month. I ended up having a small bowel resection. I am now 35 and have been medication free for 15 years and no major problems-I've learned to live with the minor ones). I do watch my diet, but so far it has not impeded my life too much. I will be praying for her recovery and you can always send her or her mom my way if they have questions. I know the issues, medication side effects, emotional strain, etc. that go with it. Blessings, Shannon C

Shannon C said...

I just wanted to encourage Danielle. I have Crohn's and was diagnosed at age 15. My diagnosis came when I had a horrible bout with it when I was on a youth group ski trip 18 hours from home of all things. I immediately was hospitalized for over a month. I ended up having a small bowel resection. I am now 35 and have been medication free for 15 years and no major problems-I've learned to live with the minor ones). I do watch my diet, but so far it has not impeded my life too much. I will be praying for her recovery and you can always send her or her mom my way if they have questions. I know the issues, medication side effects, emotional strain, etc. that go with it. Blessings, Shannon C