Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Hospital Schmospital.

How's that for a little ba-humbug for ya?! I am blogging live from Wyndham's hospital room where I am spending the night with her as she gets pumped with IV fluids. Not exactly how I like to spend my week or so before Christmas. Or anytime for that matter.
But, I've got an hour of free wireless, so I am counting my blessings in spite of this not-so-fun situation.
I guess I'm not so sure what to blog about. You can now add Wyndham to your prayer list and keep the prayers coming for the Katt family. One nice Nitty.Gritty. fan emailed me about doing a 'paper crane' prayer thing for Jaymun and I'd like to do something like that, but it's a little tough for me at this point in time. SO, I will just ask for your concern, thoughts love and prayers. As for Wyndham, I'm hoping she will bounce back and be discharged by tomorrow...but we will just have to wait and see. And of course, I will do what I can to keep you posted.
I hope that some of you will go out and do some window Christmas shopping for me, and I hope that I will be back to realizing a little bit more of the Christmas season in the comforts of my own home soon.
Thanks in advance for your words of comfort and care. They mean a lot. Even to seasoned hospital pros like Wyndham and me.

15 comments:

KatieButler said...

Sorry to hear that Wyndham is under the weather. Prayers for a quick recovery and that you'll both be home soon.

Anonymous said...

Why is this suppose to be the happiest time of the year, and everyone is sick. Our home is filled with sickness too.

Best wishes for a speedy recovery!

jenny said...

Jody, please know that I will add Wyndham to my thoughts & prayers. Blessings on your family.

Grandma Karen said...

Chip called us about Wyndham. She is such a little trouper! And so are her parents.
Now that my children are raised and I don't have to worry about the stomach flu at Christmas, I just have to deal with my Christmas tree falling over. Yup. Last evening, with all of the hundreds of ornaments, it just fell over. After my hysterical weeping, I found I had not lost any of my collector ornaments. Just a few icicles and the less expensive. But what a mess. I thought you might like to tell the children about that so they can giggle together. Yes, I am laughing today, almost.
Love to Wyndham, and everyone else.

Lisa Tanner said...

I'll be keeping you both in my prayers. I hope Wyndham is better tomorrow and you'll be blogging from home!!!

NittyGrittysNanny said...

So glad I got to hang out with you a bit tonite eventhough it was in a hospital room (its cool that we can still laugh even in those situations!) Hope you get some sleep tonite and that Wyndham get well soon and gets to go home! Call me if you need anything at all, I mean it you better!!!!!

Anonymous said...

poor Wyndham-baby!!! prayers that she does bounce back quick, and that neither you nor Chip get it!

jackie carl said...

Jody,
You didn't say, specifically, but I am presuming Wyndham was merely dehydrated from the flu bug that hit your house ( & kids) ?? Is that the reason for her hospital stay & the need for IV fluids ?

You are all in my prayers. I hope you are able to return home today.

Jackie Carl
Marion, IN

Laura said...

big hugs for wyndham!!!!!! (and jody. and chip.. . .and all the nitty.gritty munchkins!!)

groovy said...

hang in there...we'll be praying for all of you...hopefully by Christmas you will all be running around merrily!

Suzelle said...

Oh Jody...I am sorry that you have to do this !!! Lots pf prayers for you and your sweet family !!!

Anonymous said...

Poor thing... hugs and prayers to you both.

Sylvie said...

I was soo inspired by your pause and pray post when I read it the other day. Wyndam and your family will be added to my prayers. Wishing her a speedy recovery and a very happy happy Christmas!

shawnna said...

Prayers for you all

ER nurse at north ottawa - Teresa said...

hope you were able to go home from the hospital in one day! i did enjoy caring for wyndham (and you=) the day you were in....although it is not pleasant to be in the hospital! you blessed me and made my day a little brighter. i have told others of God's great work in your lives. thanks for "sharing" for sweet daughter with me!