Belated Happy Easter!

I tried to send this yesterday from my cell phone and it was not happening.  I went to the doctor on March 30 and was sent to the hospital for admission.  It seems my allergies had triggered my asthma beyond my immune system’s tolerance and I’d developed a much worse bacterial bronchitis infection than I realized.  I didn’t come home till yesterday afternoon and I wanted to wish everyone a joyous, Christ-filled Easter on time, but sometimes what we want isn’t what we can do.  It was good to be home with my family instead of sitting in my hospital room that had been my little world for what seemed like so long (I had 3 roommates in the time there, that always discourages me a bit).  Because we had no idea when I’d be home until yesterday, we had planned on ordering Ruby Tuesday to go and that worked out really well.  The food was great, we were able to sit around our table and enjoy each others’ company, no one had to cook or clean up.  Our daughter has an inner ear infection she’s battling and noise, etc. is painful and she’s exhausted, so this was truly a great option.  Highly recommended for anyone.  I got a phone call earlier today that our church family will be bringing us meals each evening this week.  What a blessing!

I’ll be here as I can.



About craftythriftydecoratingwifemom

I thank God for all the wondrous gifts he's given me daily. Reading many of your blogs has inspired me to get busy and stay busy doing things I used to enjoy and just fell away from. And you've given me courage to try new things I've never done before, things I'd have been afraid to try a few months ago. Thank you for your unknown contributions to this woman's life.
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2 Responses to Belated Happy Easter!

  1. What a blessing to have take out–like you said, no muss, no fuss. That’s great that your church family will be pitching in to help in a very practical way. Take care, get well and let us know what new projects you are working on.

  2. I’m sorry you’re sick. It’s truly miserable to be in the hospital. For me, both times, it was one of the loneliest places in the world. I hope you had a totally different experience. Thanks for visiting my blog!! I love the comments.

    If you’d like to stop by and link up a few posts, my Making Space Mondays will be continuing for a few days.

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