Emmy Mott

Her fight for life

July 16, 2012

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July 16, 2012


Thank you to everyone for continued prayers. Emmy’s headaches are much better this week. She is much more comfortable and requiring less medication. Now she is having trouble with stomach pains. She has some pretty uncomfortable stomach cramps and nausea at times. Her appetite has decreased significantly. She is taking in fluids, but has eaten very little the past 4 days, until today. Today she ha…

d some yogurt, pudding, half a cheeseburger, fries and an ice cream cone. This is more than she has eaten in a week. She did still complain of a tummy ache, but really had a great day. She told me that she had a boo boo in her tummy and the doctors needed to take it out so she could feel better. We made it to the beach today, Yeah! It took some convincing, but once she saw that her Aunt Ellen was coming too she was very excited about going. It is the first smile I have seen on her little face in a while. We spent a couple hours at Presque Isle this afternoon at beach 8. It was perfect. We couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful day. The waves were big and there was a great breeze. Emmy loved the waves in the water. She told me she loved the beach and that she had the best fun. She asked if we could stay there forever and ever. She is just too adorable. We picked up Jesse from daycare and headed to get ice cream. After dinner we had family and good friends stop for a visit. Emmy was so happy to have so many people come to play with her. It was a very busy day and my little angel is fast asleep. I think she will sleep pretty sound tonight. I will post pics from the beach soon. Thank you again to everyone for your continued thoughts, prayers, and support. We are truly blessed.



Author: Transformational Healing Ministries

Bruce Brodowski never got to play ball with his dad. He never got to hear his dad say "Good job, son." As a war orphan, having lost his father during World War II, before he was born, he missed what many take for granted. He found hope, though, in faith and a relationship with God the Father who healed the hurt of his Orphan Heart which once left him feeling unloved and abandoned. The author of The Dad I Never Knew: A War Orphan's Search for Inner Healing and My Father, My Son: Healing the Orphan Heart with the Father's Love, he has extensive ministry experience as a prayer minister. He is a graduate of the 2 year lay ministry training program of the Diocese of Charlotte, NC. He has also worked with Ecumenical Healing Ministries of Southwest Virginia and is a member of Fellowship of Christ the Healer/USA. He received further training from Christian Healing Ministries in Jacksonville, Florida. His training and concern led him to found the nondenominational non-profit organization Carolinas Ecumenical Healing Ministries (CEHM) as a service to others seeking emotional and spiritual healing. CEHM is an associate ministry of Global Awakening. He now assists others who suffer throughout the world, by his active involvement in healing prayer ministry. As an author and speaker, he extends his insights to help hurting people experience the Father's limitless love.

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