9.06.2007

I love You


Yesterday evening we were supposed to meet my sister, Deb, and her husband , Bob, for dinner at 6 p.m. to discuss the upcoming wedding rehearsal plans. At 5:30 p.m. I got a frantic call from my brother that Bob was in terrible pain and had called my brother thinking he needed to go to the hospital but didn't think he could drive himself. So off my brother went, got Bob, and rushed him to the nearest hospital and from there, that hospital literally threw him in an ambulance and rushed him to the nearest heart hospital and within 45 minutes he was being operated on. He had a terrible heart attack and we spent the rest of the night at the hospital with my sister and family. Today, thank goodness, he is doing much better and he was in good spirits when I saw him. But the Dr. said Bob was a very lucky man. I just wanted to say today that life can change in the blink of an eye. Tell your precious family you love them and tell them often and give lots of hugs and kisses.

5 comments :

BeckyKay said...

I hope he will make a full recovery! Best wishes to him!


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KaReN EiLeeN said...

What a nice big family you have! Such a scare... I am glad it has a happy ending. Extra hugs all around!

Francie of The Scented Cottage said...

I know how frightening and stressful that can be...and it is a blessing he got to help so quickly.
I think we all need to stop, take a deep breath and be very thankful for each and every moment we are able to spend with our loved ones. Thanks for the reminder.

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Amy at Bunny Rose Cottage said...

Oh how scary that must have been! Something similar happened to my dad five years ago. You never feel the same when something like this happens! It really gives you a wake up call about telling your loved ones you love them and spending more time with family, which is what really matters! I am so glad he made it through okay and is feeling better, what a blessing to have a second chance!!

Hugs,
Amy

My Pink Boutique said...

So glad to hear that Bob will be o.k. And you're right...we should always tell our loved ones how much we love them...often!

:)
Kimberly

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