Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Under the Weather

I hope everyone had a wonderful Resurrection Sunday! I would have like to have posted something special for Holy Week, but, I've been struggling with kidney stones. Yes, more than one. Five to be exact. I have five kidney stones, three of which are too large to pass, and will have to be blasted in order to break them up to be small enough for me to pass. I'm really looking forward to that. -Just kidding. So, I haven't been myself this last week. Everyday has been like a roller coaster, up and down. I've been for tests and blood work, and I'm just so tired. I covet your prayers at this time. I go for more tests tomorrow.

We did have a wonderful Easter, and I thank the good Lord for that. We went to church together as a family. Hugh didn't have to work, praise the Lord! Then we went to Cracker Barrel for lunch. When we got home we had our very first Easter egg hunt. Hugh and I helped the kids dye eggs the night before and we just had a blast watching them. They had so much fun. Trey actually asked Hugh if we were going to "hunt" the eggs with a gun. We almost cried laughing. He is so ready to go to paw-paw's house and hunt a deer with his daddy and paw-paw. And Anna Grace, bless her little heart started crying when we found all the eggs, because she was having so much fun, she wanted to find more. So, we hid them again and had a second egg hunt. We also got to do Easter Lily crafts at Master club, and make Easter cookies with Mrs. Ann earlier in the week. I'll share pictures later for this week in pictures. I'm going to go and rest for a while and take the kids outside. It's a lovely day. God Bless you all.

5 comments:

Sandra said...

Oh Tiffany, I'm so sorry. I've had an experience with kidney stones and I know how painful and how tired it makes you after an attack. Are you sure you aren't pregnant too??? The reason I say that is because when my daughter was pregnant the first time she also experienced kidney stones and they explained to us why pregnant women tend to have them.

She is pregnant now and is supposed to drink two ounces of 'real lemon' every day to keep them broke up.

I'll be praying for you dear. Let me know how you are doing by e-mail.

Rachél said...

I can't tell you how sorry I am that you are struggling with kidney stones. I sat with a friend who had kidney stones while she was in the ER. She was in horrible pain. I'm sorry, sorry, sorry.

I will be praying for you! Feel better very, very soon. That's an order! ;o)

Lisa Buffaloe said...

Praying for you, Tiffany. Major poor babies and lots of prayers going up for those kidney stones to be gone!

Susan said...

Praying for you, Tiffany.

Tiffany said...

Thanks ladies! It means alot. I have a doctor's appointment today! :)