Prayer Request
So, Eric is in Alabama for the week. I'm really not even sure where. But he just texted me and said he's been taken to the ER. He was in a class and started to get very dizzy/nauseous and had tightness in his jaw along with a cold sweat. He's in the ER, he's had 3 nitroglycerins, an aspirin, chest x-rays, blood work, IV, and he's on oxygen via nasal canula.

Please be in prayer for him, that all of his test results are normal and that everything is okay. Pray for me as I'm 8-ish hours away from him, and receiving all of this information via text message. Pray for peace for us both, and wisdom for the doctors and nurses.

On a happier note, he told me not to worry, that he wasn't alone. Someone from Homeland Security is with him. Yeah, honey, that makes me feel better :)

Love to all.
Court
2 Responses
  1. Ummmm....at least the terrorists won't get him. Right?!?!? Look on the bright side. :)

    Praying for you both!!!!!!!


  2. Melanie Says:

    court, what hospital? is here near montgomery?

    if he is, maybe we could go visit with him and bless him in some way while he's there


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