Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Prayer Request for a sick Little Girl: Update!

December 20, 2009
Okay, here's the newest on Ainsley. She originally went to the hospital thinking Pneumonia and was told it was most likely appendicitis. Well, within 45 minutes of her getting there and with all the prayers going up, the hospital realized it was not pneumonia or appendicitis. I believe they went ahead and sent her home and she went to the doctor's office the next day and learned that it was a really nasty bug.

That's a big praise, but I'd still like it if you'd pray for a full recovery. I mean she's only like 6 or 7 and Christmas is Friday. I hope and pray she is better by then so that she can enjoy the holiday. I'll let you know when or if I find out anymore.

December 17, 2009
Okay, I have an update. Doctors think that Ainsley is suffering with appendicitis rather than pneumonia. Still, that is an awful thing for a little girl to go through, especially around Christmas time. Please continue to pray for her and the comfort of her family. Thank you.

December 16, 2009
A few hours ago I learned that a six or seven year old girl who attends our church and AWANA could be ill with pneumonia. Her name is Ainsley and she was sick all last night and probably will end up going to the hospital. Its uncertain if its H1N1. The family is having a rough go of it; her grandfather Bob lost his mother last week and now this has happened. Please keep Ainsley and her family in your prayers. I'll update if I learn anything more. Thanks and God Bless.


  1. Aww, that is so sad. Praying that she will make a quick recovery and be good as new by Christmas!

    I just noticed you plan to review Abbie Ann in 2010. Hope you enjoy it! That's my last in the series before I move on to another town, another time. Next series, River of Hope -- set in Wabash, IN in the 1920s.

    I will keep little Annsley in my thoughts and prayers. Keep us posted.

  2. Thank you for the prayers. They think now that it is appendicitis instead of pneumonia, but that is still an awful thing for a little girl to deal with.

    I have thoroughly enjoyed this series and the one before it (especially "Courting Emma," I cried throughout most of that one). Wow, a series in Wabash, Indiana? I live in Indiana so I know I'll love that series.

  3. Amen. I pray the little girl gets well; in Jesus Name amen.

    Being sensitive and compassionate towards the hurting is truly a Christ like quality. Keep up the good work Veronica.