Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Friends Go to the ER Togethet

Well, today I'm coming to you live from the hospital. Sunday night I passed out and threw up blood. Got to ride in an ambulance and spend 12 hours in the ER. While we were there and I was receiving a blood transfusion, S walked into the hall and found Carrie (The Story if My World blog) and her husband. She's doing better now, but has a doctor's appointment this morning. Keep her in your prayers. As for me...the short version: I have a bleeding ulcer. Have a procedure scheduled today to take care of it. Am VERY anxious to get home with my girls--especially Bee. Sweetheart saw the whole "mom passed out in a pool of blood" thing. She seems fine now, but I hate that she saw that. Little Bit's tics, understandably, have been worse lately. Praising God that S quit mowing. He's here with me. Concerned about Bee. She spent last night at my parent's house drinking formula. I ache to hold her and nurse her again. Praying I'm home REALLY soon! Would appreciate prayers for your fellow bloggers whose warranties have apparently run out!

12 comments:

  1. I am so sorry this has happened.I am and will be praying.LucyT

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  2. I have followed your blog quietly for several years, and am popping up to say I am praying for your quick recovery and healing. God bless you, your husband, and your girls.

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  3. Oh my goodness Brenda! I'll definitely be praying for you and for Carrie!

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  4. Brenda, so sorry to hear you're having a hard time. Lots os prayers coming your way!

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  5. Oh, wow. I am praying for you, Brenda!

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  6. Oh goodness! You have had a time of it! Praying for you and the family. Can baby Bee be stay with you at the hospital? I had to be hospitalized with a severe infection when my littlest boy was only 6 weeks old. Because he was nursing, they let me keep him with me and even brought me a newborn basinette from a birthing room to keep him in overnight. I hope you are reunited with baby Bee and your girls soon!

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  7. Oh Brenda, so sorry to hear that. I hope you get better soon and that the doctors will be able to take care of the ulcer quickly. Prayers that this will be behind you soon so you can get home to your beautiful family.

    Many blessings...

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I don't get to talk to a lot of actual grown-ups during the day, so your comments make me really happy! :)