HAPPY WINTER EVERYONE :)

HAPPY WINTER EVERYONE :)
"Live in such a way that those who know you but don't know God, will come to know God because they know you."

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

TUNNEL CATHETER OH BOY!


Hi all,

Just a quick post. I wanted to say this sooner like yesterday maybe, but better late than never.

Tomorrow, Thursday morning, my hubby goes to the hospital to get a catheter put in his chest. Then Friday he will start kidney dialysis.  He is diabetic and is retaining lots of fluids.

His legs are very swollen and other things are going on. We have to be there at the hospital at 6am.  AHHHH.  Sometimes I can't even get to sleep til then. lol

The surgery will be about 8am PDT. Many of you will be reading this after the fact. Sorry about that. Could you pray for things to go ok? That during and after he will not have any problems? 

Other than that everything else is ok. Mom is doing very well. Eating better and in good spirits. :)

I think that our prayer before I leave her in the evenings is helping her alot. Not that I am so great at praying...it is that she feels the Spirit comfort her and she can sleep well and not have so much anxiety. :)

Anyway gotta run, have to go to bed early too.

Take care ladies...I sure miss being here and I'm trying to get back into the swing of things.

God bless all.

 

4 comments:

  1. Praying for your hubby's procedure and for your peace of mind. God bless---xo Diana

    ReplyDelete
  2. Sending good luck wishes, and prayers.
    Our daughter did peritoneal dialysis for about a year, and then switched to hemo-dialysis for a while after that. She was happy to get that catheter out, I can tell you that.
    She has been a kidney transplant patient for 11 years now. We just celebrated here transplant anniversary!

    I can relate with what your are going through, and my thoughts and prayer are with you.

    Hang in there.
    Once he starts dialysis, he will feel so much better!!!

    Kerin

    ReplyDelete
  3. Praying......I don't blog everyday....Blog when you can.... again praying for your hubbies healing and strength for you...

    ReplyDelete
  4. Praying- and its not what you say to God, its what's in your heart and he can hear that without explaining it to Him. Glad it is giving your mom peace in the evenings. Prayers for you as a caregiver, pulled between 2 places and I know you must be physically and mentally exhausted.

    ReplyDelete

Thank you so much for your sweet comments. I always enjoy hearing from you. Have a wonderful day. :)