Monday, November 17, 2008

Hubby's Serious Injury = No Blogging

Hubby was injured very seriously on September 29. He broke his leg severely under his knee cap. There were two breaks -- one on each side of the tibia -- and lots of crushed bone directly under the knee. This ordeal has involved surgery to implant 2 large plates into the knee with 13! screws, a life-threatening blood clot, and 9 days in the hospital. It's also taken lots of recovery time at home and he has been ordered to be non-weight bearing until the end of December. All this has meant lots and lots of prayer for me and many extra responsibilities that my terrific husband, who is my true partner in every way, normally takes care of. As you might know or remember, hubby is also job-searching. So, this time has been a serious trust-building one for our family. God is teaching us so much about His absolute sufficiency in all circumstances. He is also reminding us that each day with loved ones is a blessing. Please pray for our family to keep looking up to Him as we continue in this trial. And, hopefully, I can begin to blog more regularly soon.

5 comments:

Tracy said...

Always in my prayers, friend. We look forward to seeing you after the holidays.
Love,
~Tracy

Bonita said...

My goodness, that's a lot to have thrown at you all at once! I'm praying for all of you. I'm so glad to hear your beautiful testimony that God is sufficient regardless ofthe situation.

Katie said...

I am so so sorry for this trial that you are going through. We are praying.

Mama Magpie said...

Hey,
You know you're on my prayer list. You, and Cath Kidston opening a flagship store in Bloomington;)

If you need anything, I would be happy to help!

Ann Kroeker said...

Wow, wow, wow...I'm late to hear this scary news and so sorry to hear of all this pain and shock! Boy, life can change in an instant, can't it? You're wise to take a blogging break and focus on the immediate/urgent, but be sure to do a little something to replenish yourself--something relaxing...whether blogging, or a warm bath, or a long nap.