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Sunday night...just checking in.

Sunday, November 16, 2008
No news on Mason...I'm hoping that no news is good news....

Yesterday was a really busy day. In the morning, I went up to church to meet with the "Knit Wits" which stands for the knitting witnesses. We get together once a month or so and work on prayer shawls and just visit away. It's a very nice fellowship time. In the afternoon I went to a baby shower for a friend. I hadn't been to a baby shower for a long time! It was lots of fun. In the evening we went to a friend's house to watch the Nebraska football game (actually watched Nebraska kick K-State's butt! It's about time! It looks like our Huskers are getting back on track!) and to have dinner. So, as you can guess, by the time we got home, I was pooped!! My dear, sweet husband was kind enough to mix my Flolan for me so all I had to do was switch out, take all of my oral meds and fall asleep on the couch!!

Thanks for the prayers for Mason.

Thanks for reading.
Annette

4 comments to Sunday night...just checking in.:

Teddybear said...

Annette that is so cool ~ the prayer shawls ~ they have that at our church as well.

I can't do them at this time b/c hands go numb after a few minutes, I am glad others can be involved. It is such a blessed ministry.

Sounds like you been very busy having fun today ~ glad your husband helped with your meds.

Sleep well I'm headed there myself.

Colleen said...

I just posted an update on Mason about an hour ago. He's still about the same, not much has changed.

I think it's awesome you do prayer shawls! I got a prayer blanket from my Grandma when I turned 29, I think. I sleep with it every night, and it's nice knowing that perfect strangers took the time to pray over it for someone they didn't know.

Hugs to you,
Colleen :)

Nancy said...

I like the name "Knit Wits" and the translation makes it even better. My church does not have a prayer shawl ministry, but another church in town does. Maybe I should survey my congregation to see if anyone is interested in starting a Knit Wits group.

Jen said...

Annette..
Rest up Cutie:))
You do so much for so many others...You are such an inspiration ..

Yes..we are all keeping Mason in our prayers..Tell Rod..Thx for taking good care of you:)

Hugs,
Jen