Updated: Wedding Pictures and What Has Been Happening?
The Groom (Scott)
The Bride (Charli)
The four kids (Harmony, Lisa, Josh and Cuyler) were their attendants
It was an outside garden wedding
The Wedding Singers (Allison and Lisa)
Bride, Groom, Groom's mother (Barb, Scott's dad was in the hospital but was with the bride and groom in prayer and spirit)
Groom, Bride and theirs kids
(Scott, Charli, Josh, Cuyler, Lisa, Harmony)
Bride and Groom
The Cake (others were like it)
We returned from Guam. R wasn't feeling well. Found out he had a very serious subdural hematoma. We were told that he is lucky to be alive. He had surgery (two burr holes drilled in his head to relieve the pressure). He had a seizure the night after surgery - this is not unusual. He came home 5 days later and a day and a half after that had seizures at 3am in the morning. So I called the paramedics and he was taken back to the hospital. Seems his dilantin levels were too low. He had to miss our son's wedding in our backyard because of the surgery.
The hematoma was the result of a fall he had on March 9th. He slipped on black ice and landed on his head. Had 8 stitches put in above his eye. The hematoma built up over the next 8 weeks.
He is doing well. His legs feel a bit weak - might be the cause of all the pressure that was on his brain. He also has some permanent neurological damage and will have to be on dilantin the rest of his life since he will be prone to seizures. The dilantin should control the seizures. Thank goodness the seizures are not life threatening! I will be doing the driving for the next six months. We don't anticipate any more seizures but you never know. We have a fast absorbing gel that we can take with us when we are away from home in case he has a seizure.
The wedding was beautiful. It was hard not having R there beside me but I was just so thankful that God was in control and R was alive and getting better. Our new daughter-in-law is a wonderful addition to our family. (See pictures above)
All the kids and grandkids are doing well. Several graduations this month (Brenden, Harmony and Lisa).