As you may have seen, I am recuperating from hip surgery a week ago + 2 days, and I have to say, the experience is at the same time, rewarding, challenging and painful. I know in time, when I look back 5 years from now, I won’t remember the pain, or how hard each little activity was, or een how tortuous the rehab exercises were. Our brains forget that part of any pain we suffer, thankfully!
What I will remember is this…the kindness and compassion that my family, friends and even co-workers have shown me to come alongside me and help me through my recovery time. They have bathed me, cooked for me, done my passive motion exercises, spent time with me just talking, held my hand when the pain was so intense all I could do was cry and shiver from the chills.
I am truly blessed. I am truly awed and amazed at the friends and coworkers the Lord has placed in my path. He has shown me His incredible love for meby sending me “angels on earth” to assist me in my recovery.
I believe He truly guided and blessed my surgeon’s hands to fix my hip. My level of pain, post-surgery is so significantly reduced, by more than 60%. I am so gratedul to Dr. Denes for agreeing to pursue surgery as the option even though he couldn’t and wouldn’t guarantee me any relief from my pain. I remember telling him that I was going to stand in the gap, and believe for him and me both, that the Lord was going to use him as an instrument to heal me. I truly believe God did just that. Whether my surgeon does or not, I know the truth!!!
God is good!!! ALL THE TIME!!! ♡♡♡
J. E. Morse
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