Adam Update: Home Again

At the request of Adam, I’m letting you all know he was released from the hospital late Friday. Obviously, he was thankful not to have to spend the weekend in the hospital.

When I texted him Friday morning to see how he was doing I didn’t get his typical speedy reply. When I still hadn’t heard in an hour I called him. He said Stephen was pushing him in the wheelchair all around the hospital. Oh my! The poor nurses. πŸ˜€

Adam has been overwhelmed with the well wishes and assured prayers he’s gotten from around the country. Again, I’m amazed at the recovery community and people whose faith is put to action.

As Lou said, he’ll have a long way to go still. Next weekend is the annual retreat. The one Adam missed last year because the accident happened the day before. Whether he can go this year or not remains in question. He has a Dr.’s appointment Monday and she’ll answer that question. Adam has reservation about going because he’ll be sidelined, unable to spike the volleyball or play on the 3-man basketball team. But I’ve assured him we’ll put him to work. We always need another loud voice to cheer on the team (and keep me from getting a technical on the volleyball court). Just having him there this year would be victory! Adam keeps us in prayer.

If you haven’t stopped by his new blog, please do. I know you’re words of encouragement will mean much to him. You can find it at this link.

  • Debby! I have been blogBreaking for a time! I am so sorry and very happy to hear he is fine. I will add him to my Prayers.

    XO Jen

    • Thanks Jen. I saw something today on poetry and thought of you. I’ll look for the link and send your way. Looked like something good to pass along.

  • Debby, I saw the Thank You post from Adam and was really touched. Fingers crossed, and dog-tails wagging.

    • Hopefully, we’ll have a clear picture after he sees his Dr. tomorrow Melis. We’re all proud of that boy.

  • Debby, I saw the Thank You post from Adam and was really touched. Fingers crossed, and dog-tails wagging.

    • Hopefully, we’ll have a clear picture after he sees his Dr. tomorrow Melis. We’re all proud of that boy.

  • You know, your motto says, “jouney in the unexpected places”. How little we expected . . .

    • Katharine, my limited mind will never be able to fathom all God has in store for us. That’s just fine with me πŸ˜€

  • You know, your motto says, “jouney in the unexpected places”. How little we expected . . .

    • Katharine, my limited mind will never be able to fathom all God has in store for us. That’s just fine with me πŸ˜€