My Mum was in a car accident

My mum was in a car accident last Friday – a week ago.  She is 78 years old.  She is feeling a bit rough and is housebound at the moment and cannot move out of her chair without my brother helping her.  I thank God that she is still alive because the car is a right off.  My Uncle was driving the car so I thank God that he is ok too.

Prayers for both of them please.

All the best from



Posted on April 20, 2012, in mental health and spiritual awareness. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Thank goodness they are both okay. My best wishes for your mother’s full and quick recovery. Blessings to her.

  2. Yes that’s right! I’m in Liverpool, England! 🙂

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