Tuesday, October 4, 2011

The Last Thing I Learned- Corner View


Today's Corner View theme is, "The Last Thing I Learned". I thought this would be a tough decision, but after the day I've had today, it was easy. That's my Dad & Mom in the out-of-focus picture. Dad had to go to the hospital today to get his gallbladder out. There was some possibility that he would need his spleen out (he didn't- thing learned #1); we weren't sure that the gallbladder removal was the answer to removing his pain (so far, so good,keeping our fingers crossed; thing learned #2). Finally, I learned that no matter how old you get, you still want to be able to say "My Daddy can beat your Daddy...thing learned #3. I love you Dad, and hope you mend quickly!
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9 comments:

CrochetBlogger said...

Sending healing thoughts for your dad!

Anonymous said...

Send good, healthy to you and your daddy! As a daddy's girl myself, I totally understand the need to be able to say "my dad can beat up your dad." Warm hugs and thoughts.

Heather said...

Didn't mean to send anonymously.

Francesca said...

I too am sending warm and healing thoughts to your father, Renee, and hope that he's out of pain now!
PS and a warm thank you to you for your kind thought and offer!

Elizabeth said...

More healing wishes coming your way. I hope that he remains pain-free.

Beth said...

Praying for quick healing and that this was the answer to his pain.

Ahh, you're so fortunate to still have yours---I miss mine so much. He lived a long happy 82 years, but I'd love to have him here and in good health.

Bonnie said...

i hope your daddy heals quickly ! sounds like he has plenty of love and support to help him get better !

http://bonnie-simple-beauty.blogspot.com/2011/10/cornver-view-last-thing-i-learnt.html

sophie said...

That's so sweet "my daddy can beat your daddy". Hope everything is allright for him now.

Susanna said...

i wish all the best for your daddy but also for you and your family!