This might have been the longest day in history!! I had picked Dannye Reigh up from the airport last night, so the plan was to begin slowly, then spend the day preparing for a client meeting this evening. Well…..
A coworker of Bill’s showed up at our house this a.m. while I was still in my robe! After a long confab it was decided Bill needed to go get a second opinion. We spent the entire day filling out paperwork and having another set of X-rays done, but I had to leave Bill in the care of the clinic and his coworker so I could make it to my meeting!
I got home as quick as possible, because the “spend the day preparing…” had not been possible. I had paperwork of my own to print and make up into a wedding packet, as well as try to make myself presentable after a hurried dressing this morning. I did get the packet printed and put together, but had to settle for powdering my nose and fluffing my hair a little! Dannye Reigh got home from the north sporting a great cold, so I was thinking I would be meeting this precious couple on my own, but Dan was able to buck up and come with me.
Bill got home just before we left for our meeting. I didn’t have time to get the whole scoop, but the second opinion states that indeed his toes are broken, he has to see an orthopedic surgeon, and there is a possibility of the need for setting and/or surgery on one of the toes! I’m glad of the second opinion, but oh, how I pray there is no need for surgery! That will prolong Bill’s return to work even more, which he will not like at all. As I said before, my hubby is just not a sitter!
Our evening meeting went beautifully, so other than the hour drive to and from, there was no further tension added to my day; just length! Then to Walmart to pick up Bill’s prescription, and finally………HOME! I’m so glad to be home, back in my robe, and soon heading to bed. I’m beat to the socks tonight.
Dannye took a whole raft of pictures while up north, but I will just leave you with two of my precious grandbabies. Dan had such a hard time leaving those babies, as well as her sister-of-her-heart and brother. I’m hoping our busyness with the photo business will keep her mind busy and her heart from breaking!
Well, praying for a good night’s sleep, and a bit more calmness in my day tomorrow!
God bless your day!