I had a friend at my old job. (locker buddy) her name is Shirley and is 60 years old. She had a MAJOR stroke last Thursday! She is paralized on the left side. We went to see her today in ICU and she had tubes everywhere. I was able to hold her right hand and she squeezed it pretty good. She didnt want to let go tho! But we are going to be prayuing for a full recovery. She is NOT a christian as far as i can tell. I am not going to judge but her actions were not christian..she drank and smoked like CRAZY. But she was a "sweetheart"
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