Lesson learned today:
when things don't go the way you want, or plan them to, sometimes it's for a very good reason.
Like a life and death reason.
I will try and blog about this later when I can write it all out in a comprehensive way, but let's just say right now, never trust what a doctor or nurse tells you if you feel in your heart that what they say is "questionable". And even if you do, get it in writing. Because even though I asked my husband's nurse FOUR TIMES if a certain thing was OK for him, and she ASSURED me, verbally, every single time that it was, it turned out to be NOT OK. Caught in time? They say so, but all I'm doing is praying, not trusting what they say again for a long, long time.
Yep, I do believe in angels. And divine intervention. Cause my DH was at a doctor's office today, where the mistake was caught, instead of at the airport, waiting for a delayed flight to arrive with me on it.
Still counting those blessings.