And now the hard part…………

Pam went back to the Dr. today.  They removed the nerve block, which was really beginning to bug her, then basically told her to get ready for weeks of PT.  She starts tomorrow, and goes 2 – 3 days a week (all the way to the Woodlands, a 45 min. trip – I see $$$$$)  She is such a trooper, but I dread seeing her go through it.  Everything looks as it should be, and now my prayers are that the area fixed by surgery will remain fixed.  There is about a 75% success rate with this surgery, which isn’t that great, but we know that the Lord brought us down this path, and He is in charge of the healing.  Pamela is doing so well, and her beautiful bright eyes are such a blessing to a mother’s heart!

Bub and Emmie are coming tonight to see Pamela.  The Watt girls are here to see her as well.  Dan is cooking Mexican food, and Bill is working in the barn, so all is well.

Have a blessed day!


About Petty Bunch

The Petty Bunch is what we have called our family since Bill and I (Janina) began our family back in the early 1980s. We have gone down many roads together - homeschooling our kiddoes, enjoying the freedom of entrepreneurship many years, working at "real jobs" other years. Through it all, we have been loved with God's everlasting love, and have found that underneath are His everlasting arms! We are blessed to have been married for over 36 years, and have 3 incredible adult children, a wonderful daughter-in-law, an amazing son-in-law, and SEVEN grandchildren: four precious granddaughters, three handsome grandsons - so far. We are empty nesters, still enjoy the life of an entrepreneur and the freedom it gives us to continue enjoying our kids and now, their kids!
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3 Responses to And now the hard part…………

  1. Anonymous says:

    Where will Pam do her PT?  At the hospital?  Or a PT Center?  Who was her surgeon, by the way?  Of course I swear to everyone about my PT place, the Sports Rehab place on Woodlands Parkway.  I had the greatest time!  It made the pain totally bearable.  After the first week I was looking forward to my three visits a week!  I know that is hard to believe but the spirit of the place was young and upbeat and I thrived on it.  They do not baby you one bit, but know their stuff.  There was every age in there from old codgers like me with knee replacements to a high school female track person who had done major damage to her achilles!  We all supported one another and laughed a lot!!!  Tell Pam I continue to pray for her and send more kisses her way!

  2. Anonymous says:

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    This is in ref to the comment you left on my page!
    It is easy to be unconditional when you have raised the four boys I have.  We went through the trenches and came out the other side.   But through the darkest and most painful times, i never stopped loving them.  I slowly came to realize that each of us is who we are, not who anyone else wants us to be.  You and Bill are the most amazing examples of unconditional acceptance and love I have ever known and you have encouraged that quality in your children.  I can not tell you how much that means to me, to all my kids.  They could not love you more!  All of the Pettybunch!  We get it from out DAD!  ha

  3. Anonymous says:

    Your positive outlook is amazing. It must be hard for you, but it’s obvious your strength is coming from above.

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