Friday, January 01, 2010

Really, I Thought That Maybe We Could Try Again

My husband got really, really sick and spent last night in the hospital here in Islamorada. This morning they tell me he is still too dizzy to stand. Last night there was some talk of sending him to Miami, so I have no idea yet where to plan for the rest of us to stay tonight.

The doctor won't be in for a couple of hours and I have a number of calls to make, which is why I'm still at the condo, waiting for a reasonable telephone hour. I am supposed to be packing up and flying home today and preaching on Sunday, none of which is going to happen. Others things are going to happen, but who knows what they will be.

I know; I did say that only a moron would try to predict five minutes ahead.

Shall we move on down to Have a New Year That You Can Stand?

11 comments:

Daisy said...

Oy. (((GG))) I'll be thinking of you guys, today, and absolutely include you in the prayers that I send up.

We had a weird ending to our old year last night, the repercussions to be felt in this new one. Hopefully, it will lead to some healing in my extended family.


Mich

Rosa said...

I've left an email for you.

Gabriele said...

You are all in my prayers. {{{{{GG}}}}}

Kathryn said...

Oh my goodness. Love & prayers x

Quotidian Grace said...

((GG)). Nothing worse than a medical emergency far away from home. I'll be praying for a quick and happy resolution of your husband's illness.

Presbyterian Gal said...

Prayers for you and your husband! And I've shouted a few "ENOUGH!!!"s for you.

Beach Walkin said...

I'm with PG... ENOUGH!!!!!!! You've dealt with enough... and it is time for it to stop. God... They've had enough... pour out some grace and mercy... and some peace... and some stability... and some blessings... cause they need them this year! Amen

Anonymous said...

Praying with you and for you and your husband and children. And with so many others shouting, "ENOUGH"! May there be enfleshed angels walking with you this day in an unfamiliar hospital far away from the comforts of home and family.You have an army of prayer warriors supporting you!

Mompriest said...

praying for you and your family...

karen gerstenberger said...

Just one breath at a time. God bless you...whether you feel His presence or not, His love is around all of you. May you feel it and be comforted by it.

Karen said...

oh my, my, my...praying for your husband, for you, for provision, for comfort in a seemingly comfortless moment.