Sunday, May 18, 2008

Our Biggest Challenge Yet

I actually have a lot to say, much more than I can fit into a nice, easy-to-read blog post. But in short, I just want to let everyone know that our younger son was hit by a car. The miracles were apparent from the start. He's already mostly recovered from his broken leg and jaw. But we had no idea how miraculous the accident was. Because of the tests they did, they discovered he had a brain tumor. Thank G-d, the tumor is very operable and the prognosis is excellent. I hope to be able to post soon with lots of details of how we feel so very blessed, how G-d really just set everything up to be as easy as could be with this challenge, and how wonderous are the Divine workings we have been priviledged to experience and see so clearly.

In the meantime, please daven for Chayim Zvi ben Henye Devorah.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Devra! Please send me your street address via Facebook. Just want to send a bit of fun to the family. All my love, Rachel Hughson

Gila said...

What hospital will he be at? Anything I can do to help?

KC's Blog said...

Hello :)

How is your son doing? We have been praying for him and hope he is recovering well.

Tina and Boys

Aady said...

We have been praying for him. And I desire he is recovering well.
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Aady
Addiction Recovery Florida

Ye'he Sh'mey Raba Mevorach said...

Thanks Aady - he's doing great. He will need some physical therapy but everyone is well satisfied with his progress.
Blessings on you!

Baruch said...

YSRM,
What a nes! HaKadosh Baruch Hu is so wonderful. How is your son?

My wife, Chani, and I thank you for the invitation that you extended us through Lady Light, one of our dearest friends in Denver.

Blessings to you and your family.

aoc gold said...

O Sailor, Come Ashore

(Part I)

O sailor, come ashore

What have you brought for me?

Red coral , white coral,

Coral from the sea.

(Part II)

I did not dig it from the ground ,

Nor pluck it from a tree;

Feeble insects made it

In the stormy sea.

~by aoc gold