Vacation with a twist

When have you experienced the good and bad at the same time?

42 thoughts on “Vacation with a twist

  1. Sending all the goodness I can…for your son and your new daughter-in-law…and your daughter, too. (I hope she’s recovering well.) Thank you for sharing so we can support you…and remember to take care of yourself. 💕

  2. Wow EA, that’s a lot to take in in a short time. So glad your daughter is doing okay. I appreciate the decision your son/girlfriend made for so many reasons. I hope their ceremony is wonderful- I know it will be full of love and joy. Fingers crossed for all that the medical news is positive going forward.

  3. I’m praying, Elizabeth! It is wonderful that your daughter is healing. Do you know when your (soon-to-be) daughter-in-law’s biopsy results are expected?

  4. Congrats on the wedding and think of you for all the other things. Unfortunately life is always a mix of emotions. 💗

  5. Whoa – that’s a big twist. Maybe even a double. Glad your daughter is okay but my heart thumped at least a few extra beats there.

    I love the pics of your son and his soon-to-be wife. I’m hoping and praying that the results are favorable, the wedding is wonderful, and the rush to be together is beautiful!! <3 <3 <3

    • So much emotional stuff going on all at once! I’m thrilled they are getting married. I’m also thankful my daughter lives one mile from my son. He was there for her when she needed him. Now we need good news on the biopsy.

      • Those the circumstances aren’t ideal, it’s touching that the scare made them realize how much they love each other, and the importance of being together.

        I’m not sure if it will ease you mind, but I’ve had 4 tumors/biopsies removed over the last few years, all of which were benign. Sometimes weird stuff gets into the body which the body tries to sequester off, or hormones get out of balance causing abnormal growths. I’m praying it’s nothing and everyone will be able to look back on this time as the event that really solidified your son and his wife’s love for one another.

      • Your experience is reassuring news for me. Her sisters have had tumors, too and are perfectly fine after surgery. It may be genetic. Yes, I’m thrilled they are getting married and realize how important their life is together.

  6. When you mentioned a wedding the other day, I’m so sorry, I never thought you’d have these other worries too. Sending your family positive thoughts and prayers. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 Hope both ladies are doing well. And excited too for your son and DIL for their coming wedding! Love their pics.

  7. Clicking the “like” button seems so wrong. I am happy for you (your daughter and the up coming wedding). Spontaneity, aspecially with a wedding can be fun. Unfortuantely I appreciate the fear and uncertainty you are going through. I hope sharing this provides you with the strength needed for the good adn the bad (lets hope not).

    • Thank you. You’ve summed up my feelings perfectly. I think when the uncertainty is over we can relax and know what we’re facing. I’m thrilled they are getting married!

  8. A new future daughter-in-law! How lovely, despite anything else, that seems like the story line to focus on. Of course, I understand how stressful it is to wait for news from an ER. Life is a paradox.

    • They were in ER for six hours. Tests inconclusive. She’s back for a CT scan today. I agree with you. I’m trying to focus on our days with them next week and their marriage!

    • Thank you! We are waiting for reports from doctors! I think that photo is while he had some of his young boy look. Plus, he’s looking at his first and still only love 💕

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