Oh Quix, your prayers and thoughts are enough! You needn’t fast as well... But you are a wonderful person and thank you again.
Update: they are now removing parts of the tumor (per an update from a nurse). Good news so far, all is going well. Praying that they can remove a high percentage of this thing.
Dear Lord, please guide nikki’s surgeon’s hands and bring her through this safe and sound.
Just checking in. Prayers for Nikki, and her surgical team.
Prayers for you, too, of course.
Back from errand.
Prayed going and coming back in her behalf.
My delight is to do as I’ve felt led in Nikki’s behalf.
LET GOD ARISE AND HIS ENEMIES BE SCATTERED . . . IN Nikki’s behalf.
THANKS FOR THE UPDATE.
Prayers that they get every last cell and sub-atomic particle of the offending ugly thing.
And that her brain makes a whole, full recovery from the trauma etc.
How old, may I ask?
Even in relatively old age—past 70—brains are amazingly plastic . . . trainable—much more so than we used to think.
I don’t recall about the speach area, though. I know accents are hard to correct in a foreign language when learned after puberty.
But that can involve hearing the 2nd language, too.
Anyway, I’m just praying that there’s extremely minimal to no diminishment of her language speach or motor areas.
Did he say what specific motor functions were at risk?
I pray her strength holds out splendidly.
I assume they have her relaxed with meds to a large degree.
BLESSINGS, ONGOING PRAYERS.