Miracles Still Happen

And when all the people saw it, they fell on their faces: and they said, The Lord, he is the God; the Lord, he is the God.

1 Kings 18:39

Grandma Sally was released to home today (Monday) and will have a nurse at home. This is a miracle as she was on life support just a short time ago and has been in intensive care for several months.  Grandma Sally is very old but obviously very strong and highly favored.  I can't believe she is actually sitting upright.

She does look weak so kindly continue praying for her health and her comfort.

I said a few posts ago that I didn't want to limit God and what he will do in Grandma Sally's circumstances given her very advanced age.  Sometimes the circumstances can look rather bleak but only God knows what he will do and why he is doing it. I hope to talk to Grandma's grandson later tonight to learn the details of her home care.




Update:  Grandma Sally is quite weak. You can see it on her face.  She needs assistance in walking and utters one or two word sentences very slowly.  She has house help to bathe and feed her. A nurse will attend to her twice a week and monitor her breathing and blood pressure which are her two main health challenges.

She is very happy to be home and be able to sleep in her own bed which is far more comfortable than the thin mattresses they have at hospital. She also doesn't want or like so many visitors because the noise (talking) disturbs her. I can imagine it is very wearing because I know when I am very sick I too cannot handle much noise and I don't want to talk to people.  It would certainly be more difficult for Grandma Sally in her current condition.

I'm very happy she is now in her own home with the familiarity of her surroundings and the help of family members and a nurse. That will give her a lot of comfort especially after being away from her own home for so long.

Here are a few photos of the countryside around where Grandma Sally lives near Bomet, Kenya. The green fields are full of tea.





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20 comments:

  1. Glad to see her home and sitting up! I hope her quality of health will improve and grow stronger.

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  2. Nice to hear that Grandma Sally, a woman of such inspirational faith, is able to come home.

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  3. I hope she can see out over the fields.

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    1. Thanks Joanne. She lives in the countryside but not next to these fields. These photos are in the general area.

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  4. what a blessing you are to these people - there is nothing better for an old person than to be in their own home.

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  5. I hope she continues to improve. The shots are beautiful.

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  6. That is wonderful news - a miracle I'd say! Both Grandma Sally and the countryside are beautiful!

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  7. Lovely shots and such good news about Sally.

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  8. Happy to see your Grandma being happy and enjoying her life in peace. The place where she lives looks beautiful surrounded by greens everywhere:)

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  9. I’m happy for Grandma Sally that she can be cared for at her home with that is familiar about her including the green landscape. Pray for her health be improved and life in peace.

    Yoko

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  10. That's nice that Grandma can live at home her last days. Your landscape pictures are so beautiful !

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  11. Hello, sending my prayers and good wishes for Grandma Sally. Lovely images of the countryside. Enjoy your day and week ahead!

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  12. absolutely beautiful photo of Grandma Sally and glad she is in her own home ~

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  13. I'm so grateful she is home and be able to be cared for there, sleep in her own bed, look at her land. She is strong and I know she must be dearly loved.

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  14. How wonderful that she was able to come home from the hospital!
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  15. Oh, Penny! God IS a miracle working God...and so thankful for His healing Grandma Sally's body to the point that she is able to return home! Praising Him and rejoicing with you and her family. The pictures of Kenya are just beautiful!

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  16. Penny, you are such a joy and inspiration to people. God is really looking out for Grandma Sally, and healing her body as well! Lovely photos of the beautiful country side in Kenya!

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  17. I'm happy she's back among more cheerful and familiar surroundings and will keep her in my prayers.

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  18. In Brazil more than half of the population is Afro-descendant; daily struggle There are miracles every day around here too.
    My English is not very good and sometimes I use the translation that is not very good.
    Excuse me.

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  19. Unless I really need a doctor's care, I know I feel better just being at home than in a hospital. Sally is in my prayers every day, and bless you for your loving concern and care for her!

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