July 18

My daughter.

Today my daughter will be having her gall bladder removed. Please pray for her today, and me as I sit~~very impatiently by, most likely getting on everyone’s nerves~~ and sit and sit.

Do you still have your gall bladder?

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chocolatechic

Just an average wife, mother, and homeschooling woman

23 thoughts on “July 18”

  1. I still have my gall bladder.

    Father I just lift up this chocolate chip before you. Lord guide her surgeon’s hands…guide every member of the surgical team. Father I pray you would be with K, you would be her comfort, her peace, her joy. Father may she heal quickly and may she be made well through the surgeons work.
    Father be with CC today. Help her feel your peace as she sits waiting. Father go before them…. comfort them…

  2. Yes, even though the doctors have wanted to remove it twice now. I just changed what I ate and it is doing fine. πŸ˜€ I will pray for both of you.

  3. My prayers are with you and your daughter. It’s harder when it’s our child than when it’s us!!

    I still have my gall bladder and I’m almost 58 years old (September).

    Good Luck!

    Carol D

  4. Prayers for a skilled physician, painless surgery, speedy recovery, and capable Mom! I hope you let all things go as you focus on your daughter and the two of you have a tremendous bonding time through this.

    Prayers for you both!

    And yes, I still have my gall bladder. I’m curious as to why I wouldn’t? Is it expendable like tonsils and appendixes? (Still have those, too.)

  5. Oh, I did not know that was today!

    We will be praying for your precious daughter. πŸ™‚ (and the parents, of course)

  6. Yes I do still have my gallbladder, appendix, toncills and all other things that are taken out of ones body during a life time.

    You will both be in my prayers today.

    (((((CC))))) and (((((K)))))

  7. Hi, “Chocolate Chic”: my friend had her gallbladder removed as a teenager, also. She was close to being back to normal in a week or so, and after that she enjoyed a life that was very much improved. I guess the gallbladder had left her feeling ill for longer than she thought, and she was better off without it. πŸ™‚

    I know your daughter will do great! Thanks for the website. I’ll be reading!

    Gina

  8. Had mine removed about five years ago. Laser way. I can’t tell you how I did, because i was very ill with a couple other things at the time. Your dad said she did pretty good through surgery. We will keep her in prayer. Love to all.

  9. Nope…mine disappeared a few years ago….:) I do however have such a lovely scar in it’s place…

    Praying for quick healing for DD. Let us know how she is doing….Colleen sends her best.

  10. I prayed for her and for you and I tried to imagine you sitting there waiting and I felt sad for you. If I could have I would have sat with you or called you. Yes to your question.

  11. Yes, I still have my gall bladder.

    Prayers. That waiting room is a tough one to sit in… especially when you’d rather be right there holding her hand!

    Bring an ordinary sock to work on! Although I found working on a bit more complicated project helped pass the hour I was waiting.

    Prayers for healing! And that you will have wonderful nurses that will sneak you into the recovery room as soon as possible!

    Prayers!

  12. I’m very late, but I’m so glad Kirs made it through the surgery with no problems. Here’s to a speedy recovery and the absence of pain.

    My mom had hers removed, and she still had a little pain after that. But she felt like her old self (pre gallbladder trouble) again after a month or so.

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