Tuesday, September 25, 2007

"asc" Story from Melody


We survived a car wreck in 1995 which totaled our car. We escaped with (relatively) minor injuries; the state trooper who arrived on the scene said he was sure he would find a dead person or persons, the way the car looked.

But God wasn't finished with us yet. I broke my elbow and it never regained normal range of motion. It just serves as a reminder, if I need one sometimes, that my life is not my own.

Keep up the good work!

2 comments:

Nick said...

Lookin' good, Pop. Love that banner photo. Quite the family you've got going there. I'll comment more when I've got a little time to go more in depth, but I'm liking what I'm seeing.

uncle jim said...

Melody,
I don't know how I'd handle that constant reminder ... I hope I'd be grateful. The loss of some range of motion is certainly much better than forgetting who is in control. I don't know, but I suspect you probably gave some thought to your mortality when it was all said and done. I guess that would add a lot of weight to future choices. Second chances should make us take sock. Thanks for sharing.