Emmy Mott

Her fight for life

August 3, 2012

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Emmy finally fell asleep at 4:30 this afternoon and is sleeping comfortably. Hospice was here for a visit today. They flushed her port and did a straight catheter to get a urine sample. The lab results indicated Emmy has a UTI. Bless her little heart. It is no wonder she has been so uncomfortable and unable to sleep. She is now on antibiotics so hopefully that will make her more comfortable.

 She has been itching and scratching non stop the past couple of days so we have also given her Benadryl. Between the Benadryl, the rest of her medications, lack of sleep and her recent discomfort, I am guessing that Emmy will sleep until tomorrow morning. Tonight should be a good night for all of us to get some rest. Hopefully she will wake feeling a little better. Thank you again to everyone for continued prayers.


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.

One thought on “August 3, 2012

  1. Emmy was a cute little girl full of energy and love but what got us the most is knowing she was four. I went on face book and liked Emmy Mott and I supported Emmy on her way I loved the pictures and comments. Then on the 8 December Emmy Mott left to go to a better place. So I made a song.

    “It was a few days before Christmas a little girl passed on she had a lovely family and her name was Emmy Mott. She had a horrible brain stem and suffers for 41 week.
    Emmy will always be in our mind and we know she will always be in our heart

    She is her brother’s mommy’s and daddy’s guardion Angel and will always love.

    Emmy is a big girl and she still will be In our life she will never be gone

    She will never be gone

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