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Being Home With My Family

Updated on September 20, 2015

Saturday, March 28, 2015

I am glad to be home after my heart attack. My wife has been tired so I encouraged her to get plenty of rest. Naturally she had to lift Becky a lot while I was in the hospital.

I never quite finished a religious song I worked on. My shortcomings in music make it difficult to figure out a lot of music involved affairs.

Becky likes pies so I made some simple, and easy ones with puddings, and graham cracker crusts. I can not do a lot of things right now. I wanted to help Joann with washing clothes, but she advised me to stay away from the electronics of the washer, and dryer because of my pacemaker.

I can say one thing for sure. Suffocating is not fun. When I could not breathe I was blessed that emergency folks brought in oxygen. I wonder what death would have been like. Many poor souls have definitely found that out that were not as fortunate as I. For them I pray they will always be in Heaven, or in some wonderful good place.

Candy, my mother in laws little dog was happy to see me come home. She jumped high into my arms, and began licking my face. We brought some fried chicken home, and we all enjoyed a little of it. Candy ate first along with our cats. I tore the meat off of a chicken leg, and Candy really enjoyed the food. When Becky, Joann, and I went to bed, we watched some television for a while. Candy, and our large beautiful cat Boo, cuddled up with us.

I have a lot of things to think about all the time, but I am grateful for everything. I always say prayers for so many good people everywhere.

God Bless Everyone.


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    • stars439 profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      Dear Knightheart : Thank you for visiting. I was glad so many good souls came to help me.

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      3 years ago from MIssouri, USA

      Hi again, my dear friend! So glad you are now at home recovering. I trust that will speed up your healing. My prayers are with you and I am sure many others here that know you. To endure such a serious problem, only God could have managed all the details and taken care of the whole thing! He loves you...all you have to do is believe and trust in Him. God is the ONLY physician that knows EXACTTLY what to do for your well being. Man and all the doctors and medical professionals in the world only PRACTICE medicine, hence where that phrase came from! LOL Anyway, lean on God, talk to Him and ask Him to reveal more of Himself to you. Believe me, He will answer that prayer...guaranteed! I see my sister, Skye has replied...I would encourage you to read some of her articles too. I am sure they will help you with any doubts, confusion, or just clear up a few things for you.

      WE LOVE YOU! God Bless you and yours!


    • stars439 profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      Dear sky2day : Thank you precious heart for writing, and God Bless You.

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      3 years ago from Rocky Mountains

      Dear Stars God Bless you dear brother and your family as well. I was sorry to hear you had such a difficult time. I am amazed at how wonderful our Lord is and He pulled you through. He has us in His very large hands, Amen. I am delighted to stop into your page and catch an update on you all. May God strengthen you each day and fill your heart with His shalom and joy. Love to you stars. In Christ Jesus. Skye.

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      3 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      Dear bluebird : Thank you precious friend for writing, and for being so thoughtful to visit. I am so blessed to have wonderful friends like you, and you will always be in my heart, and thoughts because I am so grateful to have dear friends like you. God Bless you.

    • stars439 profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      Dear Jackie : Thank you so much , for writing, and I am glad you are O.K. You are our precious heart, and you are always in our thoughts, and prayers. Always wishing you the best in what you do best which involves writing, and you're kind, and thoughtful expressions in sharing you're love from you're heart with so many good people that you hold dear to you. God Bless You.

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      3 years ago

      Hello and thanks for sharing your update. Glad you are still here for family who love you so much and for us too on hubpages. It's always good hearing from you and I really hope you will be getting stronger quickly and will continue on the up and up!

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      Jackie Lynnley 

      3 years ago from The Beautiful South

      Sounds like you are back to enjoying life with the family. Glad to hear that. God bless you and your family until Jesus returns for us all. May you have a great summer!



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