THIS IS AN IMPORTANT POST.
Yes, it's long.
PLEASE read it.
Here's the deal about writing. You start out with an idea of what you are going to write, however, you can easily get waylaid by circumstances that you have no control of. That is the case today.
You know my friend AMY ANDERS from THIS post.
(If you don't, take a gander over via the link and join me back here after you've read that...I'll wait.)
Amy is beautiful on the outside. Amy is beautiful, gorgeous, amazing and faithful on the inside.
Her heart? The actual beating machine in her body? Yeah, that sucks. It is broken. NOT from lack of love. (She is WAY loved.) No, her heart is broken because she has cardiomyopathy. Stupid disease. Horrible.
She has been in the hospital for FAR too long. She is in a bad place, health wise. I know her thoughts are turning to true fear. A fantastic husband. Four amazing kids. A large, loving, extended family. A deep, unwavering faith. But now, well, she's tired. I can use all the best adjectives in the world. But that's the easiest way to describe it.
She is tired. Physically. Emotionally. Spiritually.
So, I am asking, pleading and begging for ALL OF YOU, no matter what your faith or belief system to pray for Amy. To keep her in your thoughts. To send her love, light and blessings. To send her healing vibes. To have YOUR Board of Directors talk to HER Board of Directors.
I am humbly asking all my healer friends to do what you can from wherever you are to wherever she is. I am asking for thoughts to uplift and encourage her, even though she is sedated and waiting for major surgery, again, to happen.
I know and love and admire so many powerful people. Do your stuff.
I need Amy to shine brightly when that LVAD is installed.
I am also asking each and every one of you to SHARE this post. PLEASE.
The power of prayer and healing is something I have seen work firsthand when it comes to Amy. Let's do it again. Visualize the tornado of white, healing energy and light heading out to Methodist Hospital in Indiana today, tomorrow and for as long as it takes.
UPDATE on Tuesday at 12:22 PM from Amy's husband, Jeff:
LVAD surgery will be around noon on Wednesday. Procedure is estimated to take 4-6 hours. She will be in recovery for no less than two hours.
I used green today for the heart chakra. I'm doing EVERYTHING I can here.