Before I even start this post I want to say Thank You to you all who said a little prayer for my mom. I also appreciated each and every comment.
As soon as the snow stopped I was able to head out in the morning. I was gone a week and in that time my mom did well. My mom did in fact have a stroke and her heart is not good. But, by the time I got to the hospital, my mom had recovered the feeling back in her arm and left side, also her speech was back to normal. I stayed the week helping them and helping them figure things out. Life around here is going to change, my parents are most likely going to move in with us here at Gentle Hearth Farm. They're not to the point of going to a nursing home, but living with us I can keep an eye on them. If we still lived in Illinois there would be no problem with them living where they are living, I could check on them everyday, but life changes.
With all that has gone down, I've thought more and more of my grandma's quilt. It has a fray in one of the fabrics and I have no idea how to repair it. I don't want to take it apart if I don't have to. Any ideas as to how to repair it would be greatly appreciated.
The power of prayer is unbelievable, and my mom was so lucky, even the doctor was amazed and happy how she recovered from the stroke. He called it a heart related stroke, and with her heart jumping around like it does, is the reason why the stroke occurred.
So come fall, life here will be changed.
Life just never stays the same does it?