Well, you all know the journey we have been through since the week of Christmas, but what you all don’t know is how bad it really was. Saturday night when we finally called the ambulance to come and get Dennis it was bad. When you have SCI by the time you know it’s bad, it’s beyond bad. He was full of toxins and went unresponsive in the E.R. at Fairview. We transported him on to Enid, and honestly if I didn’t have two of the best friends God could send someone, I wouldn’t have made it. I was still sick so Max rode with Dennis to Enid and Debbie drove me. We may have got stopped speeding and we might have turned on some tears, but we had a very lovely police officer who took pity on us, You know you have great friends when they spend their Saturday sitting with you at two E.R.'s and get home about 2:30 in the morning. After we brought Dennis home he was still touch and go and Max came by almost every day to check on him. I don’t think I have ever lost it like I did this time. I let fear grip me like never before and I am so glad I have a mother and a pastor who I can talk to and who have the Godly wisdom to counsel and direct me. I know I have said this a thousand times but we have great friends. It’s not by accident, it’s a God thing. He put them in our lives and we are forever grateful. Here are a couple of photos of some friends doing friend things!
They go to Cleveland Ohio with you!
The have great parties
They also fix are electronics, trim our trees, come take our dishwasher out and so on and so on. God blessed us with these people. Much love, Cheri