Saturday, May 23, 2009

Prayer for Gramps


Please be in prayer for Gramps. I got word last night that he was working on a project at a friend's house and had an incident with a saw. He is now lacking his index finger and half of the middle finger on his left hand. The middle finger might have been "fixable" for lack of a better word, but the index finger is gone.

Please be in prayer for our Gramps with recovery and also dealing with a new way of functioning.


We love you Gramps! Curly told me, "It's okay Mama, somebody will fix it." =)

6 comments:

Vicky said...

Praying for Gramps! :(

Also, the picture of Curly made me laugh. I could totally imagine her getting this look when you told her about Gramps' fingers.

Feel better soon, Gramps!!!!

Cindy McNeal said...

We will be praying for him. Ouchie, I can't even imagine. Poor guy!

Mom (Lisa) said...

Dad's hands were always beautiful (in a very manly way) and they are always warm no matter how cold the weather. This may turn out to be a good thing when it comes to his healing...the doctors were pleased with his great circulation especially for a fellow of his age.

He has always used his hands to help serve. He can fix most anything (excluding computors) and his hands (not to mention brains, charm and general likeability) fed clothed and housed his family while raising four children and helping raise grandchildren. He still uses his hands to help take care of the widows and single moms and elderly in his comunity by providing many "handyman" services (no pun intended) around town. What a guy!
We love you Gramps (Dad)! recover quickly. We will miss your finger with you, but we are glad it was a finger and not a vital organ.

One finger will not slow this man down for very long I assure you!

gramp's aka/ 3-finger dick said...

thanks everyone. i'm home and doing fine i think. thanks for your prayers. as you cac see i typing with only one hand. i can't hit the cap key because of bandages. they got the middle finger put back on and i have a little movement in it . amby thank you for the pictures of the kids, they made my day. love you all.

Grandma S (Sheryl) said...

Whew! I can't imagine anything slowing down Grandpa Nogues. I'm glad that he's doing better; I shall still keep him in my prayers. Love you guys!

Lu, Poppies Blooming said...

Praying for your Gramps and you have such a beautiful family!