Monday, July 15, 2013

Surgery done and discharged...

 All went very well with Annabel's surgery today. She had a supra pubic catheter placed, dilation and a cystoscope done.
She came through the anesthesia as well as every with only a little nausea. We were discharged quickly and home in 2 hours.

But I am thanking God for my wonderful night nurse tonight. She has been in so much pain since about 5:00 p.m. She has pain spell with heart rates staying over 200 for about 30 minutes. She is resting in between. I am fairly sure it is hurting her to urinate so therefore she is trying so hard not to. We can't use the catheter yet, so we are having to let her go on her own.She was dilated as big as possible and it was bloody and he want to urine to wash all the blood out, so we much just endure the pain for hopefully on about 12 more hours.






This picture is here to the right of Tara (Annabel's sister) and Annabel watching cartoon prior to going into surgery. I am so thankful that Tara has moved back home, only one more semester of Law School! We had to leave this morning at 4 a.m. and it was nice to have Tara drive us and enjoy our talks.
She loves her sister and her sister loves her!

I am grateful for answered prayers that her surgery was uneventful and we were discharged the same day.
I am also grateful and thankful to Tara for the help and being with us today.

6 comments:

Mrs Redboots (Annabel Smyth) said...

Poor Annabel - I do hope she is feeling much better today, and that you have been able to give her adequate pain relief.

And I bet she loves having her big sister to cuddle with!

Love,

Big Annabel!

May said...

Tara is such a dear big sister! Great to hear the surgery went smoothly.

Karen said...

Annabel has grown so big! Much love sending your way from Jacob Ryan Fahmers mama!

Karen said...

Annabel has grown so big! Much love sending your way from Jacob Ryan Fahmers mama!

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The apostle Peter on the Day of Pentecost quoted the prophet Joel, Acts 2:21 And it shall come to pass that whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved." (NKJV)

The apostle Peter preached the first gospel sermon under the New Covenant. Peter did not tell the 3000 converts to believe and say the sinner's prayer.

Peter preached the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus. He preached Jesus as both Lord and Christ. When they heard this they asked Peter and the rest of the brethren what they should do?(Acts 2:22-37) Peter told them what to do. Acts 2:38 Peter said to them, "Repent, and let every one of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.(NKJV)

How did the 3000 on the Day of Pentecost call on the name of the Lord and become saved?
1. They believed that Jesus was both Lord and Christ.
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3. They repented. Repentance is a change of heart. Repentance means to be converted so that God may forgive your sins. Repentance is to make the intellectual commitment to turn from sin and turn toward God. (Acts 3:19, Acts 2:38)
4. They were immersed in water (baptized) so that their sins could be forgiven.

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7. Not one person was told to be baptized so they could join a denominational church.

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Bee said...

How are things? I think of your family often x