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Update from the Rowell house

Hello everyone.

Tonight we had a youth activity at the church but I skipped out because I wanted to come and see my Aunt Sue. She got tired of being in the hospital (I would have too) and asked to leave. Now, she is staying at my Mamaw & Papaw's house...all her machines are here as well :(

From what I see, she isn't doing very good. Aunt Sue bruises easily and she has bruises all over her body. She looks so fragile. I asked her, just a few minutes ago, how she felt. She said,

"I feel a little better...but not much."

Some of our family was here (I am spending the night at Mamaw's). We had a good dinner :) I enjoyed every moment I got to spend with them. Us girls/women were hanging out in Brook's bedroom (where Aunt Sue is staying). It's super girly (EVERYTHING is PINK) so I'm sure she loves it :) lol. Well, it was Aunt Sue, Auntie Trina, Auntie Deb, Auntie Jodi, Auntie Elaine, Mom, and Mamaw. I was also in this lil' girl circle :) They got to talking about Aunt Sue, what happened, what she has said, and what the doctors have said. Aunt Sue told Auntie Deb,

"The Lord told me to get ready to go...."

God told her to be prepared for when I take you into Heaven. :') We cry because it's sad that Aunt Sue is leaving us so soon but we also rejoice because she is going to be with the King, our Savior, the Father, and her Healer. God is so good to my family.

*I'm trying to stop tears*

So many miracles. I can't explain how GOOD HE HAS BEEN and ALWAYS WILL BE. I'm sure you all feel this way about something in your life that God has done for you. There's so much to thank Him for. I wouldn't know where to begin but my heart is filled with thanks.

Thank you for all your prayers and please keep praying for the Rowell families. We love you all and God bless.



Kendra Thaler said…
Wow God is so good! There is a deep assurance that only He gives! The peace that passeth all understanding. Thank you Jesus!! We live this life all for two words, WELL DONE!!

I can't wait to hear Jesus say Well done thy good and faithful servant. You've been faithful over a few things now I will make you ruler over many!! Woo!! Makes me wanna shout!! :)

My prayers are with you guys through this!

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