All Hope Is Not Lost
Hello sweet friends! My recent health challenge came at us like a freight train loaded with dynamite! I was experiencing multiple migraine seizure episodes every day and night, some lasting up to five hours. After multiple examinations, testing, miscellaneous IV’s, scans, ER visits, etc. and the love and care of family and friends ( and my physician at the University of Utah) I received a bit of rescue from the abyss. I am now taking different (and more) medication to calm the migraine seizures and God willing get stabilized again in about 30-60 days.The drugs have miserable side effects but I am walking every day in the footsteps of God who strengthens me. Even though it was suggested I wait at least another week before assuming my daily routine. I just miss you all and I can work on my laptop anywhere. 🙂
I am happy to know that my daughter kept you” in the loop”. Hubby and I love and appreciate her sooooo much. She has been here to help at a moment’s notice, day or night. Our oldest granddaughter has been my chauffeur, hand holder and laugh maker. Our other four beautiful grandchildren have given me so many, heart wrapped healing hugs and kisses, I often felt I could float.
I am so grateful for all of your prayers and well wishes. Thank you for your lovely emails, comments, cards and other surprises. They were all bright lights in often dark days. The dog days of summer are upon us and if you have to be confined to bed/couch/home/medical facility, it is the perfect time to be in a nice air conditioned building. giggle. Some of you have asked if this is related to my polycythemia vera, or TBI. Although they can’t say for certain which ( or if both) is the cause. Yes it seems most likely.
I am just so happy to be back sharing with you again.
Please join me in congratulating the Clean Water Bottles winners Amy K and Veronica B
I hope you saw the new giveaway.
Enter to win a beautiful handmade quilt and $200 in cash!
If you don’t have, or know of, a little one who could use this beautiful quilt.
It would surely be a wonderful gift to a little one in your local hospital.
If you ever feel God is not listening, I hope you will always remember that all hope is not lost.