Wednesday, October 30, 2013

The Foot

July 27th my husband, Joe, broke his foot when he dropped from a tree at the Desoto Wildlife Refuge (don't ask).  He broke two metatarsal bones in his foot, one in four places.  Last week he had a CT scan to find out how things are healing, because there may be some issues with the badly broken bone.  He has an appointment today to get the results of this scan, and to find out if he can stay in an air cast, when he'll be able to return to work, or-- worse case scenario-- if he will need surgery.

Healing energy would be very much appreciated.  This is a particularly painful injury (not that any broken bone isn't painful, but this one especially sucks).  He's been on temporary disability through his employer since the accident, and he is very anxious to get back to work.  I have to say that when that day comes, I'm going to miss him terribly.  Since this summer, we've gotten use to being with each other 24/7...and I must say, we must be a pretty good match, 'cause we haven't killed each other yet. :)

Thanks to everyone who sends healing/positive energy...

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  1. If long distance energy workers out there need more specifics-- it's his left foot that's broken...and thank you so much for your time and for the use of your special gift.

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  2. Sending healing energy. Hope today's appointment shoes that the healing is going well. I've had a broken weight-bearing bone in the same foot, so I know all too well how much it hurts. Keep us updated, okay?

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  3. Great photo of you two! Glad you included it, I need it for focus. Blessed be.

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    1. Thank you so much, Lori, your energy and gift is very appreciated.

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  4. Update: My hubby, Joe, will be having surgery Friday, November 15...thanks for the positive healing energy and all the well-wishes.

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  5. You might want to try giving him some Comfrey leaf tea, along with possibly some Mullein - not only will it help pain but will rebuild faster. Drink until he is out of pain ;-)

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  6. Yes indeed: comfrey, traditionally known as "Knit-Bone".

    Sending best wishes and healing light to you and Joe, Amythyst.

    I had a broken leg years ago that took months to heal, and got very dependent on the intensely powerful painkilling drugs that I was given at the hospital after my surgery. IF Joe can stay away from the painkillers, he'd be so much better off (obviously!).

    Holding a clear intention that this challenge that you and Joe are dealing with will be resolved quickly, easily and peacefully.

    Sincerely,


    Charla W. xxx

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