Bonnie Recovering from Surgery

BonnieMirror 8X10 300dpiWednesday, December 5 was a special day out for Bonnie and me – not recreational but medical. We have made several visits to doctors since our return from our most recent mission trip abroad. Some of the tests that Bonnie took led her to have her gallbladder removed today. We were at the hospital in Grenada, MS by 6:30 a.m. and back at the house in Winona by 1 p.m. – minus one gallbladder – with pain pills in hand. Bonnie is in pain, but the recovery is supposed to take only a matter of days. If she is up to it, Bonnie will travel with me to appointments in Alabama this weekend. Between now and then, I need to stay with her for at least the first couple of days. Our daughter Rebecca may come down this weekend to stay with her mother if she is unable to travel with me. We are thankful that such medical treatment was not required overseas, especially in some of the remote areas to which we had gone.

If she feels a little better tomorrow or Friday, Bonnie brought things home from the office, and with her laptop computer, she can plug along on any number of things (e.g., The Voice of Truth International). Likewise, I can work on various aspects of office work these days I keep Bonnie company these first couple of days after her surgery. There are several projects on which we are working, as well as beginning preparation on our next mission trip to Guyana, February 8 through the 28th.

We are thankful for Bonnie’s recovery and good, available medical treatment. We are thankful for all of God’s blessings, both physical and spiritual. Thank you for the well wishes toward Bonnie for her speedy recovery.

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