Sunday, August 7, 2011

The new body

why wait!
There are promises of a new body some day when this one passes away.
Well in the morning I will be stepping ahead of time.

So many amazing things these last busy several weeks of getting ready.

My surgeon has spoken extensively with both the immunologist and the other ortho surgeon that I have attended all these years. The two surgeons met at the hospital and opened lap tops discussing my case in detail. I am told by my infusion nurse that this is unprecedented.

Thursday when getting cortisone injections in both my right shoulder and left knee I was told of this. I was also stunned as the doctor of 5plus years tentativly asked me...
"at the risk of offending you may I as something. Could we pray together over your surgery?"
I was so deeply touched at this gentle kindness.

For $60 I was given over $600 worth of walker, wheel chair and riser arms for the walker so as to protect my right shoulder impingement and the injury of late to my left wrist (a torn cartilage).  It has been a trying season for me.

All around me however are little kindness that blow even seasoned believers away.

I will have surgery in the morning, kids over at the Michelle's, for the night. Steve will be able to stay with me. They will only allow him on Monday as to keep infection risks lower. Infusion went well yesterday. I slept around 5 hours then a good 8 hours over night.

I know that many people are praying and for that my heart is full of gratitude. The kids are beginning school and so they could use it too.

I will be sent to rehab at a care facility for 10-14 days or so once out of the 3? days in hospital.
I am suppose to stay calm and this lap top is stressing me out. It is heavy on my knees too.

I'll close and go rest a while.
In all things his presence is palpable. It is good with my soul.


Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Good Morning Donetta Sweetie...
Oh my goodness, I have had so many problems with my dashboard and google reader, I have had to go back to past posts to find my friends blogs. I have missed out on so much sweetie.

I will definitely be praying tomorrow for your knee surgery. We know you are in the best hands possible, so everything will go fine. I know God is watching over these other problems you are having as well.

The kids and school will be in my prayers as well. I know Dove and Dash will do fine with school. I believe they are stronger than you think, and they will do this for you sweet Momma. Yes they will. I am not saying it will be easy, but they will make it for you. Please wish Dove a belated birthday for me.

I will be watching for updates regarding your surgery. Just know that you will be in my prayers sweet friend. When you get home again, and settled, you know I am not good with freeways, but maybe I can venture and try to get out that way on one of my days off, or have DH bring me over on a weekend to say hi. Hugs, hugs and SO much love, Sherry

ohiofarmgirl said...

Blessings to you, Dear Friend and speedy recovery! Dianntha

Bren said...

I am praying for you....and will pray tomorrow.

Denise said...

Praying for you, and loving you.

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