Blue Gatorade, an ER Visit & Easter Ponderings

12 thoughts on “Blue Gatorade, an ER Visit & Easter Ponderings”

  1. Happy Easter, Pearl! Enjoyed reading this post. Thank you for the reminder that God has me here for a purpose. Love what you say about your husband n kiddos. That’s my prayer too. 🙂

    1. Thank you, Debbie. It’s always a pleasure to hear from you! That’s awesome you get to visit the museum with your grandkids! Which exhibits do they (and you) gravitate towards? My son loved the water clock and my daughter loved the playhouse. I liked trying my hand at Chinese calligraphy!

  2. What a scary event! I’m glad that you are better now. Amazing how moments like that can clear our perspective.

    I also relate to the ‘nutty’ ways our brains can work in a crisis. There has been more than one occasion where I was about to pass out in the shower but HAD to get the shampoo rinsed out of my hair and get a towel wrapped around me. Didn’t matter that my heart rate was nearly 200 a minute as much as it did not wanting EMT’s to find me naked!!

    Praying you don’t have another incident like that!

  3. I’m so glad you were prepared for your allergic reaction and that help arrived quickly! Thanks for this reminder to stick with it and finish the work we’ve been assigned.

    1. Emily, me too! May you be blessed today with the knowledge that you are perfectly loved, and may He help you do whatever good works He’s planned for you today. Hugs!

  4. Wow, I’m glad you’re okay! I’m impressed by your zen-nature in the midst of that challenge.

    Yeah, anything blue that comes in a bottle is probably not a good idea to drink. Unless it’s blueberry juice. Straight up. Not added anything. Except, maybe, water.

    1. Thanks, Diane! Definitely not looking to repeat that experience. Don’t eat yellow snow and don’t drink anything blue is my new sage advice. Hahaha! (Although, blueberry juice sounds delicious.)

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