Well, it is official. I already knew it, but I do have sleep apnea. Yesterday I went and got my C-pap machine. It is so little and the hose and mask hooks up to it. I slept with it last night and did pretty good. I am praying that this will help with the daytime fatigue that has been so debilitating. I am committed to sleeping with this. The lady who worked with my told me her aunt died of untreated sleep apnea. I know things like this take awhile to get used to. So my desire is that I will be able to do it, and I will finally get some decent sleep. Deby This might help explain things more, right now I am trying a nasal mask...the picture isn't exact but you get the idea: Sleep Apnea and C-Pap
This is the grave of my younger brother. We went out last Memorial Day and visited the National Cemetary. He did not die in war, but was a veteran with the priviledgeof being buried in a National Cemetary. A very sobering place to be Thank you to those in my family who have served: Jim Matt Josh Tim Billy Vince Jamie Gabe Ken John T. Thank you to those of you serving and the families.
Can I brag here ? We met up with Josh and Kristi at the mall. This is their newest son, and of course I had the blessing of holding this sweet little guy. Do you want to see more of us go to Kristi's Blog here. You will see other pictures of the other 3 grandsons of ours as well and of course more of us, Papa and Nana.
Sharon is out of surgery and in her room. The surgery went well and the problem was what they expected. It took 4 hours. She is asleep right now. Please pray for her recovery. Thank you Lord, for all that are praying for her. I know that she and her family appreciates it.
Things going on that might interest you: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Susan at "Penless Writer" is starting a 24/7 Prayer group here in Blogland. You can read about it here. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Jennifer at "Pen of Jen" did a great post about time and prayer, you will be blessed by reading her post
Deborah at "Songs from My Journey" started aKJB/Blogroll and even has a cute little widget that you can get the code from her blog. I know that many of you who read my blog are King James Bible only people, as I am, (this is not up for debate). So check it out.
"Spend your time in nothing which you know must be repented of; in nothing on which you might not pray for the blessing of God; in nothing which you could not review with a quiet conscience on your dying bed; in nothing which you might not safely and properly be found doing if death should surprise you in the act."
~ Richard Baxter
The Bible says one must 1) admit they are a sinner (Romans 3:23); 2) realize there is a payment for sin (Romans 6:23); 3) believe that the payment was made by Jesus with His death on the cross, burial, and resurrection (Romans 5:8); 4) be willing to repent of your sins and turn to God (Acts 17:30); and 5) in prayer, humbly ask the Lord Jesus Christ to be your Lord and Saviour (Romans 10: 9, 13)