The brain can distort your thoughts if you have an acute infection, fever, tumor, Alzheimer’s, lacking certain vitamins and minerals, or severely dehydrated. Non-prescription and prescription drugs and anesthesia can distort things in the brain as well. I have a colorful picture of the brain I found on Photobucket, a bit of art if you will in hopes for brighter days to come. Yet life is not too colorful these days, a gray palette. My father has a brain tumor, and underwent surgery this past Friday. His thoughts are distorted right now. Words come out wrong or no words at all. Previously, we know his distortion has been caused by the tumor, but now we are not sure if it is post-surgerical swelling that is causing the distortions, or other things now. Prayers are requested for my father’s full recovery, and strength for my mother and family.
I’m sorry to read that your father is so ill. I pray in agreement with you for his full and speedy recovery. May God grant you and your family the peace and strength you’ll need to get thru this. ((HUGS))
Thanks so much for those hugs!
my prayers are for your family. with gods grace he will recover soon.
Your message of faith is well received!
You have my thoughts and well wishes.. love the take on theme,, my good vibrations are being sent……now.. 🙂
I appreciate the positive words.
Prayer has been said 🙂 And I love the concept that you have used for this weeks WPC…a very thoughtful piece, thank you, Imogen 🙂
Thanks for sharing! And your prayers, for sure!
We just heard about your father- and our thoughts are with you during this difficult time. If there is anything we can do for you, please let us know!
Thanks so much, Beth & Mick. I appreciate prayers said for comfort and peace for Dad and Mom and the other 4 generations of family. We went up to their house for Dad’s 76th birthday today. Beautiful early spring day in the country. Dean & I took Grandpa Earl with. Lots of mixed emotions for my 97-year old grandfather to see his son changed in a matter of weeks. Yet Grandpa spoke with words of faith.
We will see you all very soon as May will be here before we know it.
How sad and difficult for everyone! I’ll pray for all of you, too.