It’s Friday and I am joining up with Hilary over at Feeling Beachie for her weekly blog hop! Check out her blog by clicking here and join in the fun! Add your name to the linky and meet other bloggers!!! Plus Hilary is one cool lady!!!
This Week’s Statements:
This week’s statements:
1. I am a ____
2. Sometimes I don’t know when to ____
1. My two favorite words lately are ___________ and ____________
2. I would like ____________ if ____________ didn’t happen
This week’s statements:
1. I am a dork. Just ask my husband. I am often referred to as Dorkette and I wear the title proudly. Is there a Dorks Anonymous because I could be the president.
2. Sometimes I don’t know when to give up on someone.
1. My two favorite words lately are gorgeous (thanks to my brother in law, Carlton) and synergy.
2. I would like winter weather if bad roads and travel delays didn’t happen.
I also wanted to give you a quick update on Tom Hedin—the husband of blogger Nina who I spread the word about almost 2 weeks ago. You can read the original post by clicking here. In a nutshell Tom was in a horrible snowmobiling accident and suffered unbelievable injuries. The great news is that as of Thursday of this week he was moved from Hennepin Medical to Glencoe Regional where he will be spending his time with all the rehab specialists for the next 6 weeks or so. It was a huge decision as to where he would be placed with a long list of pros and cons for each option but fortunately upon arrival Nina felt that this was a great placement close to home and that he would get the excellent care that he needed. The great thing is that his children, Jack and June, were able to see him for the first time in 12 days. Nina’s words are below about this visit:
But the big news is that he was able to see Jack and June for the first time in 12 long days. Both HCMC and Glencoe hospitals have notices posted that they don’t want young children to visit, due to the flu outbreak. I asked our Glencoe nurse for an exception. She had to get the ‘ok’ from the Infectious Disease nurse and the kids were allowed to visit with clean hands and face masks. Jack thought it was great fun to ‘look like a doctor’ and was excited to see Daddy, but he was a little unsure of what to make of everything (the arm casts, the leg braces, the room, the bed with all the buttons). June’s face lit with pure joy when she saw Tom and she reached out to squeeze his face. It warmed my heart
Wonderful news to have him close to their actual home and to have this next step done. He has a long way to go but with prayers he will flourish and do well. They will have unbelievable medical bills so if you have some loose change to donate to the cause it all adds up. Just hop over to the Give Forward website and enter Thomas Hedin in the search bar and it will let you make a secure online donation. If you would like to give but don’t want to do it that way just email me and I will take care of it for you.
Oh and guess what—-it snowed in Raleigh last night! I thought coming to visit Aaron would exempt me from the white stuff but OH NO!!!! Fortunately I did my travels before it got bad yesterday but driving close to 6 hours in driving rain was NOT relaxing. Here is a view this morning out the front door of my rental car!