Prayer Requests 7-16-22

Anyone have something to share?

Psalm 150

Praise the Lord.

   Praise God in his sanctuary;
    praise him in his mighty heavens.
Praise him for his acts of power;
    praise him for his surpassing greatness.
Praise him with the sounding of the trumpet,
    praise him with the harp and lyre,
praise him with timbrel and dancing,
    praise him with the strings and pipe,
praise him with the clash of cymbals,
    praise him with resounding cymbals.

Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.

   Praise the Lord.

13 thoughts on “Prayer Requests 7-16-22

  1. Sorry for the silence—and yes pt is wearing, but in a good way. I’m doing better than expected I think. And I’m planning to go to church this morning ! Yeah! I ran out of one medication last night and was up most of the night, but I really can’t complain. If this is as bad as it gets, then I got off easily. Thank you all for remembering me in prayer. :–)

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  2. PT isn’t all that bad, but when I do the exercises at home I end up almost cramping. I’m still trying to figure out how to avoid cramps. I think I have to just walk more. The medication makes me sleepy and if I nap too much I get cramps in my leg. I know there is a happy medium there somewhere if I can just find it. :–)

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  3. For the past couple or so years, I sometimes get painful foot cramps in bed at night. After seeing what Jo and Mumsee have said about Hyland’s, I looked them up. Do you have to get the PM kind, or would the regular kind work at night as well?

    The reason I ask is that on Amazon, the PM kind is more expensive than the regular kind. ($32.99 for 200 vs. $26.99 for 300.)

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  4. “Hylands on my Headboard” — I envisioned an herb or something you tied onto your bed. (I was reading the thread from the bottom up so figured it out later.)

    Debra, so glad all is going so well. You’re doing better than I am — my knee is about as paintul as it was right after this injury, I may need to call the doctor this week (I can no longer take the anti-flammatories as they conflict with a new medication I’ve had to take).

    Tylenol doesn’t do much for this knee pain, I’ve discovered.

    I’m actually back to limping (but have to remind myself I’m not supposed to be doing that, you have to keep moving the knee).

    Cold gel packs are helping.

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  5. Thankful for the good news, Debra.

    Oh, dj, so sad to hear of that pain. It is horrid to feel that way with every step. I remember. The pain can make one feel physically sick. At least it helps to make you look forward to the surgery, in a sense.

    With my lump, I have had no pain at all. But there is the mental curse of the word ‘cancer’ and all that can mean, so the mental and spiritual battles can be tortuous.

    I overheard older ladies in the bathroom this morning complaining about vision issues after having had cataract surgery. I did not hear it all, but think it was about losing up close vision. Then they said, “When you get this age, it’s always something . . . the eyes, the knees . . .” And I am in the stall thinking, “Yep, eyes AND cancer.”

    At least in Sunday school there were two great reports of cancer that was really bad being cleared by treatments.

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