Passions of an Odd Chick

Monday, December 5, 2011

You just never know....
























I know it's a little late and I've since taken it down to make room for Christmas, but in my heart I'm still there. My Sweet Farmer almost died over the Thanksgiving holidays. Without giving too much gory detail or reliving it, he had some veins burst in his esophagus and nearly bled to death before he was air-flighted to Lubbock where he had a terrible reaction to the anethesia, so on and on, and spent 6 days in ICU and two more in a regular room.

HE IS fine now!! But wow, what a Thanksgiving. I can't tell you how many wonderful things happened during that week in spite of the horrific beginning, and since that time that made the whole experience very sacred and God-filled, and me GRATE FULL for my many blessings.

I've been drawing as you can imagine. It really is the most calming therapy in the world.





























I'm pretty sure this is what Sweet Farmer's guardian angel looked like!
St. John Resting on the Bosom of Christ by
Master Heinrich of  Constance




And this is where I'm resting...

10 comments:

simplyred said...

So glad to hear the good news about Sweet Farmer's recovery. I know you had to have been terrified. You and your family were in always in my prayers.

(Ms) Ernie

Poetic Artist said...

You have so much to be thankful for..You are so right we just never know but the good thing is our Father does..I am so glad your sweet farmer is watched over here on this earth to continue to be by your side. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Thanks for your comment. I hope you have a blessed Holiday season.
Katelen

Gloria said...

I'm very happy that all is okay with your sweet farmer. That's a very scary thing to have to go through. Sending you good thoughts. Great painting.

Bren said...

Rejoicing with you and thanking God for His care. It's good to see a post from you, and your wonderful sketch. Blessings all around!

Jeannelle said...

Sounds scary. I'd been wondering where you were. Glad to hear things turned out ok.

linda said...

we never know and you have prompted me to go in and give my husband a kiss...i am so relieved to read it all was fine in the end excepting what made that happen in the first place....lovely post. xxx

Buffy said...

Wow you went through alot! I'm so glad he's ok and that you are hanging in there. I will say some prayers for you and him! I love your lion!

Jennifer Richardson said...

Oh friend oh friend!
THANKing with you
that your sweet Farmer was
(and always will be) in bigger
stronger hands
than the ones we see!
Peace to you both
in the recovering,
body and soul.
So many praises to shout!
Love and grace in your Christmasing,
Jen

ooglebloops said...

OMGosh!! Catching up on blogs - so sorry to hear about your sweet farmer - that is soooo scary!!! I am happy for you (and he) that he is recovered.You truly have angels............

Shannon said...

Hi, I've been trying to find a book with the image of St John and Jesus that you show here. You photographed it from a book. Can you tell me what book it is? Thank you!