The rest of that quote goes something like this:..."of mice and men". Yesterday was a good day in the House of God. Our senior pastor, Dr. Warren Bullock, delivered an outstanding message from Luke 15, on the Prodigal.
Today, I began at 5:30 AM, with taking the dogs out for their first break, and then spent some time planning out the day. Milbre awakened early, feeling good, and was heading out for her daily walk at Game Farm Park. I had just gotten out of the shower and she returned home from her walk, after only 10 minutes. She was teary-eyed and I asked her what happened? She had tripped and fallen in the construction area of the new street paving, just down from our house. She had refused to allow the construction workers to call 911, insisting that she was alright. However, in a few minutes, she had a severe headache and we decided that she should go to ER. A CT scan showed an "acute facial fracture--tripod", and arm and knee abrasions. So after a few hours and med's., we returned home.
We are thankful that this was all that happened, she could have broken an arm or leg. A visit to her ENT doctor tomorrow will determine whether she needs surgery.
"Who knows what a day will bring forth..." so says the Scriptures.
The best advice would be from this experience---don't hesitate to call the EMT's . That's why we pay our taxes. That is the safest and best course.