Emmy Mott

Her fight for life

July 25, 2012

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July 25, 2012

 

 

Today marks the end of week 22 and the beginning of week 23 since Emmy’s diagnosis. Thank you to everyone for your continued prayers. Her headaches are less frequent and less severe. She also is not complaining of as many stomach aches. God is good. She has had some changes in mobility. She is unable to walk without holding on to furniture or total support from a person. We have a wheelchair to get her around and a hospital bed in the living room to keep her from going up and down the stairs. She is so independent and still wants to do everything herself, so she has resorted to crawling to get around on her own. Her appetite has decreased significantly and she is beginning to lose weight. She is still taking in fluids, but her food intake is minimal. She will eat 2 or 3 bites at meals and then she is done. She has difficulty keeping food down and is getting sick every 3 days or so. Through all of this she remains happy and maintains her sense of humor. Due to her muscle weakness she is unable to create her big beautiful smile. Oh how I miss that smile, but I can tell she is happy by the way her face lights up. She is so cute when she is excited and her giggle makes me laugh. It is harder to get her out and it usually takes some convincing, but once we go she always has fun. Monday she said, “Mom can we go to McDonalds?”, so off we went for a cheeseburger happy meal with chocolate milk. All night she kept telling me, “I love, love, love McDonalds chocolate milk.” It really is the little things. Her favorite outdoor activity is still time in the pool so we are so thankful for all of our beautiful warm weather. We will continue creating special memories and cherishing every moment.

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Author: Transformational Healing

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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