Wednesday, October 24, 2007

short update

Car -- major major repairs. Very Expensive. The car won't be back until tomorrow. Guess I won't be getting my own computer for a little while longer.

Husband's Bone Scan -- not scary. Good prognosis. There is some arthritis, which is good news compared to our Worst Fears.

And, it puts the car repairs into perspective.

Today, I opened the paper and read about a man who was bitten by a bat last summer, and just died of rabies. He didn't even realize that he had been bitten. This makes me so so sad.

And I have been reading over at Presbyterian Gal's blog about the spreading fires in California.

There are many other things, small and big, to pray for, take action on, care about. It's hard to keep up with them all.

My confirmation students went house to house collecting food for a local food shelf tonight. They had fun. At every door they knocked on, polite, friendly people gave them non-perishable food.

It was my block.


Monika said...

I'm so glad your hubby's bone scan came back w/not-so-scary news!! =)

FranIAm said...

Great news about the bone scan and your husband!

Sorry about the car.

Loved hearing about your block!

Barbara B. said...

yes, great news about your hubby!!!

Presbyterian Gal said...

Yay for your husband's news.
Waaaa about your car.

But that confirmation class of yours. What an inspiration they are. And a blessing.

Tribal Church said...

We've got a car in our driveway that hasn't moved for a month. The car's in the condition that it take 1k every time we need to get it fixed...but we can't get a new one either... I'm feeling for you. I hate those car repairs.

David said...

Car repairs must be in the air. We are looking at our son's car sitting in the driveway i need of repair as well.

Glad to hear your husband got "god news" from the doctor.

Thanks be to God!

Jiff said...

It's an eventful week.
Wishing you well.

Kievas said...

Sorry to hear about the car, but I'm glad your husband's test came out okay.

Rowan The Dog said...

I am glad that you live on that kind of block.

Prayers for everything else.


Songbird said...

So glad to hear about your husband, Diane.