Moments tick by
Inside a cloud
Lines on the road
Conversations with God
So many prayers
Date with destiny
I have so much I can write about; I am not sure where to start.
Last week I knew something was wrong with my son. He went away for a weekend so it wasn’t unexpected that he didn’t check in, but when I didn’t hear from him – I just knew.
When he finally was able to call, he had been in the hospital for 20 hours. He had a major accident and was airlifted to a trauma center. He lost his phone, and with his head injury he could only remember my old telephone number.
The first thing I want to say is memorize your loved one’s telephone number. Write them down on a piece of paper and put them in your wallet. Just make sure everyone has the ability to reach each other in an emergency.
The next thing is that the power of prayer is magnificent, and I want to thank all the wonderful people who prayed for my son! I KNOW IT IS WORKING!
I was mired in fear. I had to drive 15 hours to get to him, all the while waiting for updates that felt like eons in between. My brain went to the outer reaches and thought up every possible scenario – so many of them unwanted.
I had to remember all the work I have done over the past 11 years. I had to stop my monkey brain and forget about the negative thoughts. I had to let go of the fear and lean hard into my faith. I had to reign in the outer bands and bring my awareness into the exact moment in which I was living.
My poor baby sustained the following injuries:
4 fractured ribs
a broken clavicle
zygomatic arch fracture
and multiple scrapes and lacerations
He has a challenging recovery ahead and will be out of work for quite some time (he is a hairdresser and can’t move his right arm for 6 weeks.) He has a great circle of friends who are rallying to help. Two friends have set up a Go Fund Me campaign to help with the mounting medical bills and living expenses. If you would like to contribute HERE IS THE LINK TO THE GO FUND ME CAMPAIGN. Prayers are just as important 😉 Thank you!
I know he is an incredibly strong man who will fight every day to do his best, and I will be there to help him any way that I can. I am Blessitude that I am able to put my life on hold to be able to help him. I don’t think I have been able to express here exactly what I feel, because I am not sure that I have been able to feel it yet.
I send love and light to you all and wish that you and your loved ones are all in a safe place (and that you can always reach one another!)