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It’s here.
How do people go through these times without huge love and incredible friends and family? Unmet people that love and pray for you like you are family? Ahhhh. Chills and tears.
God has so graciously given you all to me, to be strengthened, comforted, cared for. You are all my people and I love you and cannot ever show the gratitude I have for all that you do for us and all the heard prayers. I have been at this long enough to know, praying can be hard. Distracting. Confusing when we don’t know what to pray for. While it’s not an art, it is a discipline, one that I have had the privilege to get better at over the years. It’s not always easy to find the words or time-I remind myself that the Holy Spirit knows what to pray for when I don’t. And then I can ramble.
I feel like in this situation, this is me. I ramble as I don’t know what to pray for past the obvious. So I have been thanking and praising in trusting that He knows my heart.
Please continue to pray or ramble in prayer. Not just for me. For you and anyone who needs it-because the more we do this, the more organic our relationship with our Creator becomes.
ok.
An update from my pre-op.
My doctor has this insane virtual reality model of my brain. He can navigate the inside of my brain, tumor, blood vessels to get a better picture of what he will work with. After seeing this He has decided he is only going for the new tumor. 25% of the total volume. Also he might have to go back in through the old incision. Also he might have to redo the mesh to get the loose screw out. Yep. Loose screw. You can’t make this up people.
While I wasn’t prepared to hear this, I am thankful for his truthfulness and conservative hand. Please pray for the surgeon, my babies, parents and husband. It should take 5-6-? Hours. (He was all noncommittal).
7:30 am and get a new haircut and a donate a few brain cells. Love to you all. Hug your babies and mine please. God is good. All the time.

Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the LORD our God.

Psalm 20:7

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9 Comments

  • Reply Rebecca Lewis January 21, 2020 at 3:16 am

    Rambling and praying with you! Hugs sweet friend.

  • Reply Karen Chien January 21, 2020 at 4:22 am

    We trust in the name of the Lord our God! Yes!

  • Reply Rachel Safyurtlu January 21, 2020 at 5:02 am

    Love you friend. Praying non-stop for you, your doctor, Chad and your babies. ❤️🙏🏼

  • Reply Debbie Maxwell January 21, 2020 at 5:10 am

    Praying for you Michelle! May our God sustain and strengthen you and Chad as you, yet again, have been required to walk through this valley. Love, Debbie

  • Reply Jenny Katcef January 21, 2020 at 7:17 am

    Such a great post. Praying, rambling and tighten up a few of my loose screws in the process. I love chariots and horses but love God more! Can’t wait to get an updated xoxo

  • Reply Natalie Gandolfo January 21, 2020 at 9:33 am

    Sending love and prayers your way. I know we don’t know each other terribly well but I wanted to let you know that my prayers for you and your family have been continual since I learned of your the challenges you are facing. God has got you sweet mama and will lift you and your family through this. All our love from the Gandolfos and your Coyote family. xoxoxo

  • Reply gail campbell January 21, 2020 at 10:36 am

    You are so prayed up on my end without ceasing my sweet sister 🙂

  • Reply Kathy Dumont January 21, 2020 at 12:56 pm

    Sweet Michelle,
    I’ve been praying all day for you. When I first got up, and through this day as I cradle our miracle micro-preemie, granddaughter in my arms here in Denver. She is an amazing reminder of God’s love and power. Praying for peace to surround you all and for much rejoicing with a successful surgery and full recovery in His timing.

  • Reply Nonie Stoecklein January 22, 2020 at 6:46 am

    You are a miracle of God, Michelle! I just heard the good news, that the surgery was successful. I am praying with you! ❤️❤️

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