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!


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...

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.