A Day in the Life

 Out and about early....
ready and waiting for my husband's cardioversion.
Competent and cheerful nurses and personnel make it easier.
The time comes.
I leave the room and scarcely have time to open the magazine
before I'm summoned back to bedside.
He is groggy, but his heart is back in rhythm.
So thankful for medical knowledge, equipment, facilities, and personnel.
Thankful for another day to live, love and share life with my beloved.
He holds the future in the palm of His hand,
And He has never failed me yet,
I know He's reigning and still has control,
So why should I worry or fret?
(words as I recall them from an "old" Gaither song)

16 comments:

  1. Dear friend, I am happy to hear that Gary is doing fine. Yes, indeed... we need to be so thankful for another day. And especially since each day is a fresh opportunity to experience His loving mercies and heart of compassion. Love, Lidia

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  2. Dear friend, I am happy to hear that Gary is doing fine. Yes, indeed... we need to be so thankful for another day. And especially since each day is a fresh opportunity to experience His loving mercies and heart of compassion. Love, Lidia

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  3. Good news. I love how you write about your beloved. Oh yes, another day is nothing to take for granted!

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  4. ** Thankful for another day to live, love and share life with my beloved. **

    You are both blessed. Life and love are precious.

    FlowerLady

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  5. Thankful for this good news.

    Deanna

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  6. What did I miss, Rebecca? Gary was having trouble again with his heart? Thankful and rejoicing that he is doing well now but so sorry to learn about this.
    Love you~

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    1. :) I'll give you the scoop on facebook - personal message.

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  7. Oh, so grateful that the procedure went well and you get to have a peaceful weekend with your hubby. After my special birthday with mine, I sure have missed him this week. Christian husbands are such a blessing, and I know you are to him, too!!!

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  8. I love that Gaither song.....I should sing it all the time! Glad your hubby is OK now.

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    1. Me, too.....all the time. It just popped into my mind as I sat the very short while in the waiting room.

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  9. Oh, you are having to much these last months to deal with!! Glad this is over for you and hubby and things ticking better now!

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  10. thankful that your hubby came through this - God is faithful, medicine is wonderful - bless you both!

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  11. Giving thanks with you, Rebecca! I too am thankful for modern medicine, whom God uses to perform His will! praying for continued healing for you both.
    Blessings,
    Sue

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  12. Hi Rebecca,
    Did not know about your hubbies procedure till now, but so happy to hear they accomplished the
    desired result. We will pray for quick healing. It is truly amazing what Drs. can do today, of course,
    we know who helps them...............

    Blessings hon, Nellie

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  13. How good your husband's procedure was a success.

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  14. Hoping everything is going well, you two are such a great loving couple. Blessings and a hug, Gina

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Writing a Song a Week #3

Writing a Song a Week #3
♪ I wait for the Lord; my soul waits and in his word I hope. My soul waits for the Lord more than watchmen for the morning ♪ (Psalm 130:5-6)