Those of you who are internet-connected, be it through news groups, email lists, facebook, message boards or other venues have probably heard about Libby Lehman’s on-going battle after a brain aneurysm and stroke hit her in rapid succession.
She is still in critical care, and her recovery may take a long time. Prayers are much needed and appreciated.
I have to thank Ricky Tims especially for his continued updates sharing the news of how things are going with Libby.
Alex Anderson and Ricky Tims have done something extra special this week – they are airing two of Libby’s online classes on The Quilt Show for FREE.
Here is the update:
The latest is good and bad news. The doctor found some response on Libby's left side. However, there is blood leaking somewhere and they are keeping her sedated until they can find it.
While her recovery may take some time, we would like to share two TQS episodes that present Libby at her best. From now through Sunday, May 12, everyone (Basic and Star members) may watch both Episode 112 and the "Libby Legend" Show (Episode 513) FREE.
What a great way to pull for Libby!
Click HERE to go take some classes from this extraordinary woman, and send her all the good vibes you can!
Not only has Libby taught us so much about quilting, but she is continuing to teach us about life, about love, about family, and those things that REALLY MATTER.
Since hearing of Libby's condition, I’ve been thinking a lot about my life being ran at break-neck speed over the past few years. A medical condition can force us to take stock in our priorities and see if they need tweaking and adjusting.
If you would like to send Libby a card, her family sent the following info:
Libby is still recovering in hospital. We so appreciate all the caring support. Get well cards can be sent to Attn: Libby Lehman / 617 Caroline / Houston, TX 77002. We will try to post updates but will not be able to reply to everyone's FB messages & emails. Thank you all for understanding as we focus on Libby's healing. Sincere & grateful regards.
Hang in there, Libby!