Monday, January 7, 2008

*Happy New Year?????!

We're off to a bit of a rough start this year. I got a call shakey-voiced call from my son's hockey team manager at 10:30pm, last Thursday night. Dylan had gone up on a bus with his hockey team for a game. I was told that my beautiful boy had ended up getting his left leg broken. He'd been checked into the boards by a couple of opposition players. Of course, we weren't with him...he was in another town two hours away! They didn't have proper facilities there at their little hospital to set his leg, so...he had to take a two hour ambulance ride to the children's hospital in Calgary. My husband drove in and met him there at 2:30 in the morning...He's home safe...with a cast from his toes to his thigh! Hopefully he won't need surgery. We will know for sure on Thursday morning when he goes back to the doctor for a follow-up.

And then on a much more minor note...my computer has kind of crapped out too...so I'm a little behind what I wanted to post here...and I can't get at my pics. Either I'll get my current one figured out and fixed...or I'll put my foot throught the monitor, and get a new one...

I'm still keeping my glass half full though...of yummy red wine! Thanks for all the lovely comments on my previous posts.

Smiles!

2 comments:

Jennifer said...

Oh goodness, I hope that your sweet son does not need surgury! I will keep him in my thoughts and think healing...much healing.

And so sorry to hear about the computer...ugh, we rely on these things so much and when they give us trouble...well, it's not only a pain, but it's expensive. Hoping for good things on that front as well.

xoxoxoxo.jen (ceanandjen)

Bohemian Mom said...

Oh, that's too bad about your son.
I can't imagine the scary feeling of having your child injured while you're two hours away.
But he's home safe now, too bad about the cast...so much for hockey season.
Sending healing prayers for his recovery and hopefully he won't need surgery and will be back on the ice soon.
I'm forever having computer problems so I can definitely relate.
Keep that glass half full!
xo