Monday, April 03, 2006

Please keep Jerri in your prayers.

Jerri's step-father died on Saturday morning and she and her family are going to have a hard row to hoe over the next while as they adjust to life without him. Please keep them in your prayers.

9 comments:

Sally said...

Done, Ms. Brenda. I'm sorry to hear this.

Phyllis said...

I'm sorry for Jerri and family.
I will remember them in prayer.

Wow, you get REAL storms! I'm glad you came through unharmed! There were dozens killed in Arkansas, and I was thinking of y'all!

Brent said...

The cycle of life can be so harsh. Yes, you are all in our prayers.

cassie-b said...

Prayers and best wishes sent to Jerri and family.

My son lost his father-in-law on Saturday evening. And he's having a hard time of it as well.

MissKris said...

My first grandchild was born March 14th...I lost my Dad March 22nd. Life is such a mix of joy and sorrow, isn't it? Thanks so much for coming by and 'visiting' and for permission to use some of your entries. I posted another one about the 12 Lifes Lessons...it's funny but full of common sense, too. I am slowly making my way thru your archives and enjoying the reads very much. One of my childhood best friends is from Bentonville, Arkansas. Her dad was a teacher in my small hometown in Washington State...teachers' wages were much higher here back in the 50s and 60s. He lived here year 'round and Laura Ruth and her Mama would split their time...some years she'd be here for school and 'home' for summer. Other years, vice versa. I hung out with her so much when I was a little girl I'd pick up her accent, lol! I hadn't thought of her in years. Thanks for triggering the trip down Memory Lane.

Andie Pandie said...

Oh jeeze. I'm so sorry, I know how she feels. Fucking "Spring" can kiss my ass this year. I'm sending out some positive vibes.

Anonymous said...

Love the look of your blog. I liked the other but this one is much better. Easier to read. Sorry abt. Jerri step=dad.

Bluejean Baby said...

Please tell Jerri we're thinking of her here.

Joan said...

Oh, sorry to hear that. Give her my best.