Thursday, July 30, 2009
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Saturday, July 25, 2009
I personally drive his dinner to him.
(he's spoiled like that)
And every night he "pulls me over".
(he thinks he's funny)
window to window.
We sit in our cars and visit,
(it's romantic, I know)
I told him I'm blogging about him tonight.
That's his favorite thing to hear!
(okay, not really)
But I know all of you are DYING
to see this man in action!
He gets a call while we are visiting.
Dinner break was ended prematurely.
But I don't mind,
because I know he's saving the world...
one criminal at a time.
He takes a quick shot of me before he's off,
he wants to take me on the road with him.
(well...atleast my picture anyway)
Thursday, July 23, 2009
I get sidelined!
It was a sobering day for me today.
(that means my eyes leaked - A LOT)
You see...I have issues.
(lots of them I might add)
But I'm talking about the medical ones.
I visited my OB doctor today.
Found out I have a serious condition.
It's called "PLACENTA ACCRETA"
Instead of explaining it in my own words,
this is what it means:
"Placenta accreta is a severe obstetric complication involving an abnormally deep attachment of the placenta, through the endometrium and into the myometrium (the middle layer of the uterine wall). There are three forms of placenta accreta, distinguishable by the depth of penetration.
The placenta usually detaches from the uterine wall relatively easily, but women who encounter placenta accreta during childbirth are at great risk of haemorrhage during its removal. This commonly requires surgery to stem the bleeding and fully remove the placenta, and can often lead to a hysterectomy or be fatal.
Placenta accreta affects approximately 1 in 2,500 pregnancies."
(no I'm not pregnant, but this is why I hemorrhaged after surgery when I lost the baby. The placenta had grown into my uterine wall. My doctor didn't know this is what I had at the time of my surgery. A month later, via ultrasound, she discovered that I still have part of the placenta attatched.)
So there you have it.
Another (big) bump in the road.
Surgery is Tuesday.
I could really use your prayers.
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
Saturday, July 18, 2009
He tiled everything,
with a little help from my dad.
Give a shout out to Steve on a job well done!
Friday, July 17, 2009
It felt so good to be back.
The weather was perfect,
The Schenewark boys digging in.
The NH lake was a little bit of a system shock
to their Texas bodies,
but eventually they succumbed.
and excellent company for her sister.
Thursday, July 16, 2009
RUSSELL M. NELSON
This quote is near and dear to my heart. And so are you! Thank you dear friends and family for the lovely flowers during my hospitilization period. It was a dark time for me.
Thank you for lifting my spirits.