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February 03, 2009

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Diane

Pinkie, I am so glad to hear you are all doing well, maybe we all just need to be reminded to slow down. Sure is good how his boss arrived just in time to come to your husbands aid. You take care and make sure he takes care of himself. Men can be bad about that at times.
Hugs, Diane

Heather

I am so glad to hear he is ok. I hope it was nothing??
My thoughts will be with you all.

Lori

Pinkie, i am glad that your husband is ok...how scary for all of you...oh, i see Diane said everything i was thinking, what a smart girl:)

martina

Pinkie, Diane is right, slowing down is a good thing. Just surround your husband with your love and the love of your children. Laughter and the love of family have a wonderful healing effect. So glad he is doing well.

Alison Gibbs

What a relief for you and all of your family that he is ok.
Alison

Miss Maddie's

It is wonderful to hear Hubby is on the mend. A scare like that can be a lot to bear.
Wishing you and your family a wonderful weekend and time to spend together, surrounded in love and the comfort of family.
xo Susan

Debbi

Oh, dear Pinkie, I came to thank you for the wonderful Valentine book contribution, and now I am here to pray. My heart just leapt as I read your story. I want to tell you a little story, after witnessing this twice with close friends. My husband is a firefighter/EMT. In the town where he works, the firefighters are sent every time an ambulance is dispatched, because you never know what you will find. A lot of men will go straight outside after one of these events and do something manly and virile, like removing the old hedge or chopping firewood. My husband goes to an awful lot of calls like that. One of our friends was the hedge remover type, which put him right back in the hospital. What had been just a little scare turned into surgery and a lifestyle change. Just a little heads-up for you! God keep you and Bless you all!. . .and, thank you for the lovely Valentine. I love it! ~ Debbi

Miss Sandy

I am so sorry to hear the news of your husband but thankful that he is doing well. I will pray for a full recovery. Rest in Him dear one.

Maija Lepore

OMG, Pinkie! I am so late in reading this- I am so sorry for your scare. I hope hubby is recovering. Did the doctors discover what the problem was???
I'm sending you hugs!

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