I knew today would be broken up–doctor appointment with my daughter, Moms In Touch prayer meeting, webinar. But nothing happened as intended.
I took my 13-year-old daughter in for her routine sports physical. It was time for a couple of shots as well, the doctor said. After the second one, Christine slumped off the table and fell straight on her head.
After she rested some, drank juice and ate a couple of candy bars, we left. She insisted she could go back to school. I got her excused from P.E. and went home, expecting a call.
It came soon enough. She was nauseated, really felt bad. Took her home. Called doctor, reported symptoms, including tingling on one side of her body. “Take her to the ER,” they advised.
Thankfully, the hospital is 3 minutes from our house. Four hours later, we came home. CAT scan normal, just a head injury.
What’s unnerving is that one year ago to the day almost–on Labor Day weekend but a Saturday–I had a mini-stroke and was in the ER myself.
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