Edmonton Adventure #2: Blessings and signs of hope

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Coming
home after round two in Edmonton I am still harboring feelings of apprehension.
The past few years have been fraught with difficulties and challenges where my
hubby’s health is concerned. Fear seemed to be a constant companion with each
and every hospital visit. I am still holding my breath. He’s still in hospital
and while there have been successes such as his recent surgery other issues
remain.

Doctors had said he was at a very high risk for surgery, in fact they warned he may not survive it. All these thoughts were on my mind as I sat waiting for the operation to be finished – as I waited for news.

I had
met and made friends with two women from Northern Saskatchewan during his last
hospitalization. I was grateful when they offered to come sit with me while
hubby went through the surgery. They were a wonderful source…

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