4 days to go until Ness heads in for her operation. We are a little less stressed in a lot of ways- thank you for that.
Anything you can give will help us pay off this year's ambulance rides.
Speaking of ambulance rides- this is a true story.
The morning after I brought my wife and our daughter home from the maternity ward there was a complication. Her c-section stitches pretty much split apart as she was walking from the kitchen to the baby's room. Red fluid splattered onto her feet and the floor.
We shared a long moment of horrified silence marked only by our newborn daughter's crying. Ness, always the calm in the storm said to me, "Al, get the phone and dial 911."
And I said, "What's the number?"
15 years later and I will never ever live that down.