Hi all please send out good vibes and prayers to tinks parents Jim and Pat Reh. Her dad Jim is having a hip replacement surgery and her mom needs us to support her in prayer to have strength to get thru this for him : )
Sending good vibes ~~~~~ and prayers to both of them and tink and all in charge of her dad's care.
Sorry for the late update...but it's been crazy today. Finally have a moment to update...
My dads surgery went well! Took a bit longer than expected but surgeon said all went well.
We did get to see him and he was not in pain just said he had some achiness and discomfort. But about 20 minutes after that he was sound asleep...so I guess it wasnt too much to keep him awake.
Thank u for all the well wishes!!! They r gonna get him up to walk tomorrow...seems so soon to me but drs know best.
Lots of love
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