Some of you may have noticed, as I have that we haven’t heard from our sweet friend Ethel. If you’ve just started following Nora’s blog, Ethel has been with us since almost the very beginning. I could always count on her to leave me an encouraging and uplifting comment on just about each and every post. I don’t know how she came across the blog, and I have never met her, but William and I truly believe God put her in our lives for the beautiful purpose of spiritually energizing us. I’ve been worried about her uncharacteristic silence and just discovered that she is in a nursing home recovering from knee surgery. Reports are that she is doing awesome and pushing herself hard. I hate that she has to go through yet another trial, but I am relieved to hear that she is doing well. Since I’m not at liberty to give the nursing home’s address out, I thought that I could collect cards from any of you who would like to send a word of encouragement and I will pass them on to her. She was admitted on or around May 21, so I’m not sure how much longer she will be there. I’m thinking it would be best to get these out to her sooner than later. If you would like to send a card to Ethel, please send them to us at:

Atlantic Sign Company
C/O Ethel Chaney
2328 Florence Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206

We will be sure that she gets them. Please keep Ethel in your prayers. This poor woman has been through SO much over this past couple of years first with the loss of her sister, then her son, then her husband and now she’s dealing with the recovery of a pretty major operation. She is one strong, amazing woman.

{Nora is doing good! More about her later! 😊}


3 thoughts on “Ethel

  1. I have a special place in my heart for those wonderful folks who type in all “caps”! Just a pure Joy about how they really, really want others to know just.what.they have to say. : ) I Love Ethel and her sweet comments, too! Always, always an Encourager. Count me in!
    I’ll send her card with a package for your 3 Babes… LOVE YOU!! 😀 Auntie Jo

  2. How wonderful of you! As if you don’t have enough going on. You and your family are inspirational. Please continue your great work of making believers out of us all. Truly Gods work! Love and prayers to all of your sweet children.

  3. So glad Ethel is doing well, and just another sign of your character, Aleisa, to even post a message that is so concerning and caring for another, with all that you have had going on!

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