Prayers for Petunia

My sweet Abbess Petunia needs to have another surgery today.  Back in November she had a tumor removed that was cancerous but tested as low-grade and they thought it had all been removed.  We discovered another small lump near the same spot last week and so they are going back in to remove it. 

I have been relishing the wisdom found in this week’s Poetry Party.  Be sure to go take a peek and share your own poem about the Lenten journey, where an awareness of our mortality and death bring us closer to the beauty of life.

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  1. Christine,

    May you lean into the One whose frame longs to receive your weight. I join my prayers to yours and the others for Petunia and your family. May the hours you share together in recovery bestow their gift of peace.

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