Saturday, March 27, 2010

My Ankle

Folks although my ankle is really bruised (I never bruise) it does not pain me (unless I press on it of course).
I am able to walk on it freely! 
Thank you for the concern and prayers.

My Sweet Little Dash felt so terrible that his neglected toy caused me such a hard fall.
I showed the family the bruise this morning and explained what a miraculous thing it is (especially given my history of ankle injury) that it is alright. 
Steve is stunned that it is not worse than it is. 
We are all rejoicing. 
This little family just can not do with the Mommy out of service.

I told Dash... "thank you, course I bet you prayed didn't you" 
He nodded yes. 

You know I think some things are not what they appear or are really given for other reasons than we might think.
I saw my little boy "thank God".


Denise said...

Praise God that it is only bruised, love you.

Debra said...

Very cool! :) Blessings, Debra

Liz said...

Hi Donetta!
It was lovely to meet you this afternoon. I am enjoying my earrings very much. :) Hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend!


Corey~living and loving said...

glad you aren't hurt too badly. ♥

gail said...

Hi Donetta, it was nice to meet you today at the AZ bloggers luncheon. I had to share what a small world it is. When I was leaving you gave me a pair of earrings to take to my daughter in the hospital. Which she LOVED! but she read your card and said she knew you. LOL She is Dr Jones dental assistant. :) I showed her the photos on my camera and said it was you! LOL small world huh?
Have a pretty day, (()) gail

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Hope your ankle gets better soon!!! It was sooooooooooooooo nice to meet U yesterday!!!! U are truly amazing! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

someplace in thyme said...

Hello Donetta, thankyou so much for stopping by. I loved the fun we all had getting together yesterday, meeting one another, sharing stories. I can't wait to do it all again. I love my earings, you were too generous my friend. Take care and have a wonderful Easter, Char

Audra said...

So wonderful to meet you yesterday. I feel I have met a kindred spirit in you. How fortuitous was it that I sat down catty-corner from you. You are such an inspiration! The home making part of you is what I aspire to be on a regular basis. I am thrilled to have some one like you to guide me through the mishaps and hic-ups of everyday home making. I can't wait to visit with you again.

I hope your evening was extra special!

Charlotte said...

Hi Donetta. It was so good to see you again at the tea yesterday. Thank you so much for the beautiful necklace and both pair of earrings. I really like copper and blue is one of my favorite colors. I know I will enjoy wearing them.
Have a wonderful week.
Hugs and blessings,

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