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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Prayer Warriors needed ASAP
















Hello my dear readers I need your prayers in the most awesome way right now. My little sister Elizabeth, or Debwee as Ronald would say, he couldn't say Elizabeth when he was little so he called her Debwee (pronounced Da Bwee), she is need of your prayers. As you all know my sister is deaf but has two cochlear implants so she can hear and talk just like we can. Anyways if you have ever grown up knowing a deaf person you know that they are very visual people, meaning that they focus on "seeing" things as this helps them to figure out what is going on. Well as you can tell my sister is very beautiful, she looks like a model in her bikini at the beach, shes just very gorgeous. Well recently I have noticed that she has lost some weight and I asked my mom about it. Well it seems that these little girls at school are taunting her and calling her fat, which she is not, and also making fun of her implant, so now when she is introduced to new people she doesn't want them to know that she is deaf. So inevitably she is now watching every mouthful that she eats and was under weight at her physical last week. So I need, SHE needs your prayers desperatly for the Lord to give her wisdom to feel better about herself and to stop watching everything she eats and to be proud of WHO SHE IS. I have told you all this story a 1000 times but she is like my own baby since I helped my mom raise her and it breaks my heart to see her going through this. She is so smart and can do anything she sets her mind to, she even helps Ronald with his 7Th grade math and she is only in 4TH grade. She will go very far in life despite her so called disability. I love my little Debwee and how she has changed my life in more ways than I can count. She has been there when my friends weren't there for me and has always been my Best Friend till the end. She has been my shopping buddy, she has helped load vending machines when I was running behind, she was with me when my appendix ruptured last year and has always been my "pew" buddy at church (but don't tell the preacher we sometimes play hang man and ask each other what we want to eat for lunch when service is over), we even had the same dress at my wedding. As you can tell we are truley sisters til the end and WE need your prayers in the worst way. Thank you so much for taking the time to read this.





Until I blog again ~ Gal Molly

4 comments:

edie said...

Molly, Thanks for introducing yourself and for reading my craziness. And I'll say a prayer for your sis. Little girls can be so cruel.

The Bunny Bungalow said...

I'm so sorry to hear about such torment. Most Schools have an anti-bully policy. Has anyone reported this to the school?

Good for her, getting two cochlear implants! Most of the students I've had in therapy just had one...two would have been so much wiser.

My prayers are with you both.

countrygirl3031 said...

Oh Molly ~ what a horrible thing for a little girl to go through. They can be so cruel. I will definitely say a prayer for you and your family.

Hugz,
Michele

Alette Siri Ane said...

please report this in some way so she is protected.I will pray for your little sister and for you and yous,being the one who has to be on the side watching this happen is so hard .