Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Ruby Tuesday










Ruby Tuesday, created by Mary T is one good site!. http://workofthepoet.blogspot.com

This is a picture of my beloved sister, Betty taken at Hamilton Hospital, the last day of her two week stay.
She had a double by-pass operation and a pace-maker placed next to her heart.
And because of the red hot prayers of her friends in blog land, mingled with the prayers of her church friends and family, she is now, although very tired, on the mend! All thanks to the Lord!
The little red cushion under her neck was given to her by her bother-in-law Bernie.
The people holding the little red hearts are her family and they are encompassed with an unbroken ruby line of all of the praying friends from Canada, United States, India, Norway and Australia!

9 comments:

Felisol said...

Dear Terry,
what a fabulous Ruby Tuesday you have had.
You forget to mention yourself, being there by your big sister's side for two weeks now.
Your have been wrooming to and fro hospital and blogland like a red bolt of fire.
Happy RT to you and God bless the Golden family richly after all the troubles you have worked your way through.
So far I have not seen a Canadian Red Jacket here; perhaps you know one?
Hugs from Felisol

Terry said...

Dear Felisol on the far side of the sea...I see a really nice one over at the Pals that is Little Montreal Girl's creation!! Just beautiful!!..Love Terry

Raven said...

What a lovely photo and a beautiful way to present it. I'm glad she is doing well. I'll add her to my own prayers and hope she is soon feeling strong and well.

~Just Me~ said...

It's a stressful time to go through. Glad to hear she's doing better.

Sioux said...

Hi, Terry! Beautiful red...and your sister...so thankful she did so well.

Amrita said...

Jumping up and down and saying Praise the Lord.

That photo would defeat MichaelAngelo

Saija said...

she looks great!

Anonymous said...

Terry,
I would like to thank you and all your blogging friends for standing by me for the past month. It met so much to me and I know that your prayers made a difference in my recovery.
Love Betty

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