Tuesday, February 16, 2016

I'm Home

Thank you God, Ken, And Each And Every Single One Of You for Your Prayers....I am home, I am fine...I am tired...but I am good...thank you from the bottom of my heart for your prayers and well wishes. I woke this morning at 6 in the hospital, opened my kindle, and went online, thinking about Ken, and checked his blog for a message..: ) just a thing.. and I saw all those messages from you all...and it brought tears to my eyes...so kind, soooo considerate, so special. Soooo, THANK YOU! I don't normally need others to determine my value, but I have to admit, you all certainly made me feel pretty darn special. : )

16 comments:

wirecutter said...

I love you and am so glad everything turned out.

Anonymous said...

Jeebus Lisa you had me scared there!
Take care, you!

=T.W.=

Sarthurk said...

Glad your back and everything is OK. That sort of thing can be scary.

I had a stroke about 7 years ago, but fortunately it only affected one of the vast areas in my brain I wasn't using anyway. I was flown 150 miles to OHSU in Portland. They couldn't find anything wrong and sent me home the next day. I had been in AFIB which probably caused the clot, and by the time I got to Portland, it was gone. The helicopter ride was more expensive than the hospital stay. Thank God for insurance!

Glenn B said...

Good to hear you are feeling better and it was nowhere near as bad as suspected.

Inbred Redneck said...

Miss Lisa, it's good to know you home and okay. I hope you both know how lucky you are to've found each other, and may you have many more years together to enjoy each others' company.

Anonymous said...

Glad you're home safe, kid... (well, safe as can be, lol...) don't be doing shit that scares us any more.
- Grandpa

Deb said...

You are special, Lisa. Glad you are home and Ken's new gray hairs are the only lasting results. Welcome home!

Odysseus said...

Glad that you're well, as I said on his blog God should know better than to turn Wirecutter lose on an unsuspecting world without you.

drjim said...

Great to hear they figured out the problem and corrected it quickly.

ncrr915@gmail.com said...

Glad you're home,you have a lot of people praying for you.

hiswiserangel said...

"I'm home" are two of the sweetest words in the world!
As much for you to say, but even more for Ken to hear!
So glad you two are home where you can take a deep breath,
hug each other and relax.

Love you both!

Jeffery in Alabama said...

I'm glad you are well and home. Take care and get plenty of rest!

Firebird said...

Glad you're OK...

Anonymous said...

Glad you ain't dead....Ray

weaponoffishdestruction@gmail.com said...

I'm glad you're on the mend. Take care.

Lisa Lane said...

Thank you, each one...I will be good...well, ok, I will try Grandpa! ; ) I do really appreciate all the kind words, and prayer..they uplifted me, as well as Ken...we are truly blessed to have so much support from so many kind people. I am amazed and humbled by it....thank you.

Though we have not met in person...we exchange few words on little blogs out here in the universe...our lives are still touched by you...and I hope and pray that somehow, someway...we are able to in turn, pay that forward, and be there for those in need as well. You all set a high standard, that as a couple, we shall cling together and strive to meet.

Again...I cannot express my gratitude enough. Bless You!