Dress: TJ Maxx // Leggings: F21 // Sandals: Steve Madden // Belt: Target // Blazer: Thrifted
Saturday was a long day.
A crazy day.
I can't believe all that happened.
I was woken up early by a call from my mom.
She sounded horrible. She said she needed to be rushed to the doctor.
Her stitches from her hysterectomy in December (DECEMBER!!) had still not healed and had basically exploded.
I will spare you the graphic details, though I was fully exposed to them as I was in the exam room with her,
but she had to be rushed into emergency surgery.
She received a botched surgery from an incredibly rude and thoughtless doctor in December, and
Saturday she was fixed by a wonderful, trustworthy doctor.
It was all a very scary experience, and we are so thankful for that doctor.
She went home from the hospital yesterday and is doing very well.
So... that was one 8-hour experience on Saturday.
About an hour after I left her hospital room (her boyfriend had arrived by then),
I took Daniel's parents to the Boise State spring scrimmage.
It was lackluster, at best, but a good time to spend with Daniel's parents
That was Saturday experience #2.
Immediately afterward, Daniel's mom and I went and grabbed dinner and saw Titanic.
We saw it on the 100 year anniversary.
Of course we sobbed through it.
I'm a bawl-bag at any kind of chick flicks.
Heck, I even cry during AT&T commercials.
You can imagine what a mess I was during Titanic, even though I've already seen it countless times.
That was Saturday experience #3.
I got home around midnight on Saturday.
It. Was. A. Long. Day.
Looking back, I'm so grateful it's over,
I'm grateful for the care my mom received,
I'm grateful for everyone who prayed for her,
I'm grateful for time spent with family,
and I'm so grateful for each day.