He ain’t heavy, he’s my husband

At a nearby hospital, few days back, a nurse had trouble wheeling the hubby into the A&E area. Mind you the nurse was actually bigger than me. Maybe I’m used to his weight that wheeling him was such a breeze. Anyway to cut the long story short, within 5 hours: 2 jabs of painkillers and lack of available beds, we were back at home. The hubby whose pain level was 10 on a scale of 1-10, was given 5 levels of painkillers to sustain til next week.

Alhamdulillah, so far so good. Insya’allah, with God’s grace all will be well.

Doubt sees the obstacles, Faith sees the way. Doubt sees darksome night, Faith sees the day. Doubts dreads to take the steps, Faith soars on high. Doubt whispers, who believes? Faith says I. Have faith in God. Amin.


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