posted on May, 9 2017 @ 07:43 AM
a reply to: WalkInSilence
WIS! You always have such wise words to share! [[[HUGS]]]
We are coming at this with nothing
but positive thoughts. I have never been overly religious but I think in times like these you can't help
but look to God. It's strange how he knocks on your door sometimes. I truly believe that it is His hand that has guided us to this point.
Let me explain:
Paul was born with a hole in his heart. This is something that has been monitored all of his life and he knew that one day he would be facing a
surgery. (He was born with same thing as Jimmy Kimble's son but without blockage - which means they delay the surgery to adulthood). When we first
got together I kinda stepped in a and asked why he wasn't being followed by a cardiologist. Fast forward about 7 years. We now have a cardiologist
and go once a year to get checked. His cardiologist is a wonderful man and just loves Paul to death...they are both runners so hit it off right off
the bat. The doctor said that his numbers were jumping so he would move the appointments to 6 months. At his last appointment we were actually
starting to question his doctors (never question the doctors they went to med school, I didn't)
If you look at his past reports his numbers jump....jump...jump....and then start to crawl. They almost came to a stop as far as changing goes. Fast
forward again.....This January WVU opened up a brand new
Heart & Vascular Surgical Center. They brought in our doctor (one of the TOP heart
surgeons in the world!) and Paul's latest numbers. His numbers jumped from 34 to 44 (we were hardly see a number change before). Because the doctor
has just arrived he isn't busy and they are able to quickly set up Paul with an appointment.
Paul now has the opportunity to have a surgery that is only offered in about 5 hospitals in the world (his doctor is traveling the world teaching this
technique around the world).
And this is why I believe that God has guided us throughout this journey.
edit on 5/9/2017 by Martin75 because: fixed grammer