Actress Isabel Granada’s mother Isabel “Mommy Guapa” Villarama shared her honest thoughts and feelings about the current predicament of her beloved daughter.
KAMI learned about her comments from PEP.ph.
Isabel collapsed into a coma last week in Doha, Qatar due to brain hemorrhage.
She is currently being treated in the ICU of Hamad General Hospital.
Mommy Guapa said that she is hoping that Isabel would fully recover with the help of God.
“Hinihiling ko sa Diyos na gigising… na huwag kunin ang anak ko, i-extend ang buhay niya.
"Palagi sinasabi ko, kung kailangan buhay ko kunin ng Diyos para maibigay ang buhay ko sa kanya, ibibigay ko.
"Masyado akong nasasaktan, pinipigil ko ang luha. Kasi pinapagalitan ng apo ko, sabi huwag ako umiiyak. Siyempre, para hindi niya [Isabel] marinig…"
“Hindi pa siya nagre-response, pero alam ko sa mga prayers… sa lahat ng prayers, lahat ng supporters dito sa Qatar, sa Pilipinas… sa lahat, ano, alam ko gigising ang anak ko,” Mommy Guapa said.
Isabel’s cousin Joseph Rivera also posted an update on her condition:
“On the 6th day of Isabel's confinement at the Surgical ICU of the Hamad General Hospital in Doha, Qatar, her husband Arnel Cowley confirmed that Isabel still remains in the same state and everyone is anxious to see her wake up considering that her vital signs remain stable.
“Earlier this morning, Philippine Ambassador Allan Timbayan & Vice Consul Bench Celedio met with Mama Guapa, Hubert & Isabel's distant cousin Joseph Rivera in the hospital as soon as they arrived.
“Right after a medical briefing at around noon, the family was visited by Our Lady of the Holy Rosary (Doha) Parish Priest Fr. Rally Gonzaga who was given special access to pray over Isabel together with Hubert.
“After which Mama Guapa spent the afternoon at the Catholic Church in Doha in solemn prayer. According to Arnel, they continued to receive visitors and prayers up to 9pm.
“The family once again expressed their thanks and appreciation and support from the Filpino community both in Qatar, back home in the Philippines and in the rest of the world and reiterated to appeal for more prayers as they are hoping that Isabel would wake up soon,” Joseph wrote.
KAMI believes that miracles do happen! Let us keep on praying for Isabel’s recovery!