I can't believe it is already after noon! I want to thank all of you who lifted up my sil, concerning her surgery. Susan is much more than just a sister in law, she is a best friend, encourager, and the epitome of love, hospitality and graciousness. When I heard that she was "having a minor procedure" done, I was concerned; you see she has diabetes and that always complicates health issues. Her minor procedure was having a stint put in one of the arteries of her heart. These days, we have known lots of folks that have had this procedure and while it isn't as difficult as it once was, it is still serious. I am thankful to say that although she had two stints put in, she was released yesterday late afternoon and is home doing well. I told her that our family just needs and loves her too much; she must take care of herself.
This morning hubby and I dropped Hunter off at the groomers and then headed to DMV again; we went yesterday morning and didn't have all the paper work to register the Highlander. When we went back yesterday afternoon, the line was so long we knew we'd be waiting over two hours, so decided go back today. Unfortunately, we still didn't have all the paperwork and have to wait ten days to get the title to our new vehicle. Since we had our morning free, we headed to the grocery store to stock up-my pantry looked bare. I also tend to stock up during these months of tornado season and needed a few more items. We got the call that our pup was done and oh how handsome he looks-in fact, he'll be on FB tonight. So today, we are giving thanks for all the blessings in our lives-family and talented/gifted surgeons who take care of health problems, a loyal and adorable pup, the blessings of nice weather with no tornadoes and for life. Live it to its fullest.
Hugs to you,
Noreen & Hunter
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