Anxiety, stress and worry go hand in hand.

Yesterday I had good news about my granddaughter, in England, but within a day the Coronavirus can do a 360 degree turn around.

I had an email when I got up, to say that the coughing has changed, and is now in the chest/lungs.  Having been a child with asthma is probably why this is happening.  From looking brighter every day, she is back to doing nothing, trying to keep food down, and looking ill.

In England it is either home, or if you are near deaths door the hospital.  I just wish something could be done, because the anxiety, worry, and stress this family is going through could be a killer too.

Again, please keep her in your prayers, thank you.


  1. I’m so sorry to hear your grand daughter is unwell. How old is she? My son has asthma and I worried for him and my husband who has lung problems. I’m in Australia and we are being encouraged to send our kids back to school one day a week in a few weeks. I think it is too soon. I pray that your grand daughter gets better quickly. The stress must be so hard on her parents, as they want her to be healthy.


  2. I am asthmatic, too, and it is scary to try to get a breath. My doctor prescribed steroid inhaler for me to use twice a day to keep me from getting sick during this virus time. He also prescribed a steroid nasal spray to try to keep drainage out of my throat. Just some suggestions that might help her. If it’s in her chest, she may have bronchitis. I will definitely pray for her.


  3. I’m so sorry to hear about your grand daughter and am sending prayers to you that she gets better soon. I have a grand daughter with asthma and I worry about COVID19. She goes between my daughter & her dads house & he is still working around people. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

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