Last week I had a couple days off from school and my best friend from Denver was visiting her family just 3 hours away. So, I was planning to go visit for a night, but wait.... who will do my shot if I stay over night? No one is nurse that I know there. So, I sent her a text and she said to still come; she could do it. I went to spend the day and a night with her, her little boy, and her mom (my second mom). We spent the day catching up and eating, only thing missing was wine, for me anyway. As shot time approached, I got out the stuff and found video directions on-line. She drew a butt crack on an orange and practiced with an extra syringe that I brought. When I showed her the bruises on my backside, she asked for a few more minutes to prepare (scared her a little). She did it and I didn't feel a thing! I can't think of much we haven't been through over the years. Thanks friend!
|Practice makes perfect!|
|A little liquid courage, and we're ready to go!|
P.S. Bible study tonight was pretty much just for me. Beth.Moore may as well have been talking just to me and saying my name all night. It was all about the relationship of anguish and joy. I will leave you with the last line she ended class with. "Anguish is meant to lead to a birth." Coming from John 16:20-22. The anguish we have felt for 5 years, please Lord, lead us to a birth in early June!