Something occurred to me yesterday. Throughout Peg's journey people have said the words, "I'm praying for her." The words have been said to me, my parents, and my brothers over and over.What struck me yesterday is how far and wide Peg has been prayed for. The trickle affect of knowing someone who needs to be prayed for and passing that on is truly AWESOME.Our sister-in-law, Ruth, told me that while praying for Peg yesterday she just wasn't sure she was being heard so she wanted to make certain and asked a few of her friends to join her and when they finished she knew she was heard. Ruth is in Virginia. Lee's parents called the night before and they had their church praying for Peg. They live in California. Peg has a friend, Peter, in New York praying for her and Kirsten in South Carolina. She has made new connections and reconnected with old friends in other countries and they prayed for her.Of course, we cannot leave out all the local prayer warriors as well, but I think you get my point.
I did speak to Peggy this morning. She sounded pretty good and is very happy with the outcome. True to Peg's nature, she is already worrying about the future and the chance of reoccurrence. I hope she can take some time to bask in the glory of this ongoing miracle for a while.