Monday, June 22, 2009

One crazy month

Where do I even begin? I will start off with a couple of days before me and Shawnee leave for New York. Ty was not feeling good and not breathing right. I took him in and he ended up having to have a breathing treatment. So off we go to the Drug store to get a nebulizer. He had to have treatments every morning and night until it got better. Which was about a week later. We head to New York for a tour with Shawnee's singing group. They sang in the subway, at a couple of the performing arts schools and toured New York. We stayed in Harlem in a brownstone and rode the subways everywhere. We saw Shrek and Mary Poppins while we were there. They were awesome. I get a phone call the day after we get to New York and Brad has taken Kenzie into the doctor, she wasn't feeling good, They ended up taking her to the emergency room cause she was not breathing. Scared the you know what out of Brad and me. She was in the hospital for three days and was off oxygen a week later.(I didn't get any pictures of the mask she wore)She is going great now. So we return home and Shawnee turns around and heads to her other tour with her dance group to good ole California. They went to see the Lion King in Vegas on the way and went to the beach and to Disneyland for 5 days. On her return I get a phone call from my brother telling me that my dad was just put in the hospital with pneumonia and sepsis. He was in the ICU at AF for four days and then was transferred to IMC in Murray. He was not getting better and was having heart problems as well. But he is on the mend and is to be home soon. He scared us there for a little while. On Saturday I get a call from Brad saying that his mom was helping set up tables for a party we were going to have and the tables fell on her and she broke her pelvis in 2 spots. She is now in the hospital and will soon be home as well. I think I have learned that life can turn in a blink of an eye. So hold, love and take care of your loved ones. You never know when you will get the chance to tell them that you love them again. Thanks to all of you who kept us in your thoughts and prayers. It really helped.