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Life can be a nightmare!

LIfe has been one heck of a rollercoaster this past week. Ben had to be carried away in an ambulance and is now staying in the hospital. Still no word about the camera test results. I am so angry with the ambulance. They took 15 minutes longer to get to the hospital than I did. But that is a whole other story that I can go on with. IDIOTS is all I can say. We are also only 5 minutes away from the hospital. The stupid driver got lost! AND on top of that when I got to the emergency room the people at the front had no idea that my husband was even coming in. They said, "Are you sure they are taking him to THIS hospital?" I was about to collapse from being so upset. And on top of that having to rush out of the house to kiss my baby g'bye in a panic. Thank god Ben's cousin lives right around the corner and was able to come over immediately.

I will write on this more later. I am going to go back in to the hospital now. Once things settle down I will continue to blog. But as of now this is the deal!

Comments

Franz Snideman said…
Wow! Yoana told me what happened Lauren. I hope Ben get well soon and that some sort of treatment plan can be put into action to get him HEALTHY!!!

You guys are in our prayers!
Mark Reifkind said…
so sorry to hear this Lauren, I can only imagine how stressfull it must be. you guys are in my prayers.
Lauren Brooks said…
Thanks Mark and Franz.

I really appreciate your positive thoughts and prayers.

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