To each his own. To me my own.

Update 2

As of last night, Dad’s surgery is supposed to take place some time today. He’s been hospitalized again ever since last Thursday after a brief night of hell at home. I’m hoping they can go ahead and get this thing taken care of so he can get back home, recover, and go back to living his life. He told me last night that he knows this whole thing has been a mess – to which I replied it certainly isn’t his fault. That’s the kind of man he is though, always worried about inconveniencing others.

My aunt (Dad’s sister) is on her way up to Durham this morning to be with him post-surgery and get him back home, as he could be released as soon as tomorrow. I always feel like they release you too soon. Now I know I’m no doctor, but I’ve seen this happen far too many times to even count. People being released that can’t even walk, change their dressing, etc. – sometimes resulting in even more emergency care. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out it’s all about insurance and the money part. In any case, my thoughts and prayers will be with him today and I’ll be sure to give an update as soon as I know something!

Everyone here has been so kind with your thoughts and prayers, and I want you to know it means the world to me – and to Dad. 🙂


2 responses

  1. Still praying, Bonnie. Your dad is a trooper. And so are you. I’m glad his sister is coming to encourage him. Blessings to you…

    October 4, 2010 at 1:44 pm

    • Bonnie

      Thanks so much, Carol Ann!! And you’re so right, he IS a trooper. It’s amazing what all he’s been through, with the lung, heart, and everything in between. I just posted a quick-post, he’s out of surgery and doing great!! 🙂

      October 4, 2010 at 6:55 pm

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