Two weeks ago today, Madison was in the ER for her migraine. Last Saturday Marc hopped off the tractor and tore a piece of bone away from his ankle along with shredding his tendons and ligaments. And last night it was Richnigthder's turn to make an emergency visit. Yep, count 'em....that's three in 3 weeks!
Madison feeds the horses every evening and Richnigthder waters them. Last night they were both in my horse's stall while Madison fed the grain and Richnigthder filled the water buckets. I'm not quite sure how it happened, but as Richnigthder bent down, my horse brought is head up and hit Rich straight in the forehead between his eyes. It was a hard enough knock that it threw him backwards where as he was falling, smacked the back of his head on the water bucket. Madison was there as it happened and she said he was dizzy, and confused as he stood up and then ran into the house.
I saw him come in and run downstairs, but thought nothing of it. Madison followed behind and told me what happened. I went downstairs and found him wanting to sleep. NO WAY! Marc came home a few minutes later and we took both took him to the hospital. The doctor gave him some coordination tests and said he seemed "Fine." Yeah, right. I kept reiterating how he wanted to sleep and she said to let him. SURE!
We had to stop on the way home and pick up Thomas from the Iszler's house and we stayed for some time swapping stories of our kids and our cumulative ER visits. Unfortunately it seems that whenever we take a kid there, on of their boys ends up in the ER soon too. I love having good friends that share our similar states of constant chaos and manageable disasters.
So anyhow, that's what we did for fun last night. I'm not sure but I think it was more fun than spending 6 hours at church today making Lefse with 20 or so teenagers for the youth group fundraiser. How do you spend your weekends??
There are scars, still. Even within the miracles.
4 months ago