The story goes that by the time my folks made it to the hospital, I was more than ready to make my entrance to the world. The nurses made my dad slip into a gown to assist them in the delivery since the dr. was not yet there. My dad nearly fainted at the mere idea, remember this was in the days when fathers were kept well away from the whole birthing process, but the nurses thought that since he had some farm experience, he had assisted the vet in delivery of livestock so he was going to help! LOL Knowing my dad, I am ever so grateful that the dr. walked in just in time to catch me!
I think the race will happen, my problem is that a part of me wants to do the 10 miler and I know I should just sign up for the 5K. LOL I'm incorrigible! 866 days ago
I'm finally getting around to thanking everyone for the kind words left on my blog "Heart Attack". We are blessed in so many ways and your thoughtfulness is one of them
Funny how ... when a crisis hits - I almost become disembodied ... I know I'm trying to tap into The Source - or The Force or The Oneness of God or ... whatever it is that will give you the best next step to take. But it makes me see even my own distress from outside myself. I guess that's why I need to write about things. anyway - Things are good now - he's home. we are blessed.