Putting The Heart Of A Loved One In The Hands Of Strangers

These past four days have been a roller coaster ride. We have spent endless hours at the bedside of my father-in-law praying for him to have a speedy recovery from open heart surgery.

One of the hardest things to do is to put a loved ones heart in the hands of a complete stranger. Which is exactly what we all did.

Even though he has a long road ahead of him the path has been started and soon he will be feeling better than he has felt in a very long time.

For this we are all so thankful!

 

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