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Crutchman=Dr Wright
Motherhubbard7=Audrey Callaway


Crutchman says: Now I have found you, I am not going to let anything happen to you, so long as it's in my power.




 

 

 

 

MotherHubbard7 says: Hey Wayne. I can't believe I caught you. Didn't think you were awake, all the lights are off in your house.

Crutchman says: I am trying not to wake the kids. I couldn't sleep, back is bothering me.

MotherHubbard7 says: I'm sorry to hear that. Seems like it has been getting to you a lot lately.

Crutchman says: Yeah, I might have break down and let that surgeon go to work on me again, as much as I hate to.

MotherHubbard7 says: I hope it doesn't come to that.

Crutchman says: Me too, I would be sidelined for like six months, and you know how much I hate to be sidelined.

MotherHubbard7 says: Yeah

Crutchman says: So, what has you up at this hour? You are usually in bed by now.

MotherHubbard7 says: Susie was crying in her sleep again, so I got up to try to comfort her, but she just pushed me away.

Crutchman says: Something seems to be bothering her but she won't tell anyone about it. I wish she would not keep such toxic secrets to herself.

MotherHubbard7 says: I know, it can't be good for her health.

Crutchman says: I keep a lot of stuff to myself but I don't let it reach the point of endangering my health. I can't afford to land myself back in the hospital.

MotherHubbard7 says: I always wondered who Susie took after, now I know.

Crutchman says: I'm so glad we met.

MotherHubbard7 says: I can't imagine my life without you now. It seems like we have known each other all our lives.

Crutchman says: For me too.

MotherHubbard7 says: I'm really nervous about this upcoming surgery. It's serious business. I wouldn't want anything to happen to me and leave my kids without a mother.

Crutchman says: It's a little scary for me as well, having my own sister's life in my hands.

MotherHubbard7 says: I can imagine. At least you aren't on the receiving end of this deal though.

Crutchman says: In a way, I am. If I screw up, or anything goes wrong, your (and my) family will never forgive me, regardless of if it's my fault or not.

MotherHubbard7 says: I didn't think about that. Maybe you should let someone else handle my surgery.

Crutchman says: Not going to happen. I would trust most of the doctors in that hospital with my life, but none of them would I trust more than myself with my family's life. I'm going to be there.

MotherHubbard7 says: I just feel bad for putting you in this situation. You don't need to be worrying about me when you have so many problems of your own.

Crutchman says: I'm gonna worry about you, whether I am in the waiting room with the rest of the family or in the operating room. At least if I am in the O.R. I will know what's going on minute by minute and can monitor your care myself.

MotherHubbard7 says: Ok, I can see I won't change your mind. I just hate putting you in this position.

Crutchman says: It's ok. You're worth it because your family.

MotherHubbard7 says: Same here.

Crutchman says: Now I have found you, I am not going to let anything happen to you, so long as it's in my power.

MotherHubbard7 says: I couldn't be more blessed. Not only do I have a wonderful loving husband but I have a brother who also has a wonderful loving family.

Crutchman says: I feel the same way. I only thought my life was full, then you came along and now it's really complete.

MotherHubbard7 says: You're going to start me crying again! If I don't stop this stuff, Rick is going to think I have been lying to him about being able to get pregnant.

Crutchman says: Speaking of pregnancy… did you know Louie Sandusky just found out she is about a month and a half along?

MotherHubbard7 says: No, I had not heard.

Crutchman says: I think she's still in shock, lol. After all this time, and adopting sixty kids, she's expecting.

MotherHubbard7 says: Hey Wayne. I can't believe I caught you. Didn't think you were awake, all the lights are off in your house.

Crutchman says: I am trying not to wake the kids. I couldn't sleep, back is bothering me.

MotherHubbard7 says: I'm sorry to hear that. Seems like it has been getting to you a lot lately.

Crutchman says: Yeah, I might have break down and let that surgeon go to work on me again, as much as I hate to.

MotherHubbard7 says: I hope it doesn't come to that.

Crutchman says: Me too, I would be sidelined for like six months, and you know how much I hate to be sidelined.

MotherHubbard7 says: Yeah

Crutchman says: So, what has you up at this hour? You are usually in bed by now.

MotherHubbard7 says: Susie was crying in her sleep again, so I got up to try to comfort her, but she just pushed me away.

Crutchman says: Something seems to be bothering her but she won't tell anyone about it. I wish she would not keep such toxic secrets to herself.

MotherHubbard7 says: I know, it can't be good for her health.

Crutchman says: I keep a lot of stuff to myself but I don't let it reach the point of endangering my health. I can't afford to land myself back in the hospital.

MotherHubbard7 says: I always wondered who Susie took after, now I know.

Crutchman says: I'm so glad we met.

MotherHubbard7 says: I can't imagine my life without you now. It seems like we have known each other all our lives.

Crutchman says: For me too.

MotherHubbard7 says: I'm really nervous about this upcoming surgery. It's serious business. I wouldn't want anything to happen to me and leave my kids without a mother.

Crutchman says: It's a little scary for me as well, having my own sister's life in my hands.

MotherHubbard7 says: I can imagine. At least you aren't on the receiving end of this deal though.

Crutchman says: In a way, I am. If I screw up, or anything goes wrong, your (and my) family will never forgive me, regardless of if it's my fault or not.

MotherHubbard7 says: I didn't think about that. Maybe you should let someone else handle my surgery.

Crutchman says: Not going to happen. I would trust most of the doctors in that hospital with my life, but none of them would I trust more than myself with my family's life. I'm going to be there.

MotherHubbard7 says: I just feel bad for putting you in this situation. You don't need to be worrying about me when you have so many problems of your own.

Crutchman says: I'm gonna worry about you, whether I am in the waiting room with the rest of the family or in the operating room. At least if I am in the O.R. I will know what's going on minute by minute and can monitor your care myself.

MotherHubbard7 says: Ok, I can see I won't change your mind. I just hate putting you in this position.

Crutchman says: It's ok. You're worth it because your family.

MotherHubbard7 says: Same here.

Crutchman says: Now I have found you, I am not going to let anything happen to you, so long as it's in my power.

MotherHubbard7 says: I couldn't be more blessed. Not only do I have a wonderful loving husband but I have a brother who also has a wonderful loving family.

Crutchman says: I feel the same way. I only thought my life was full, then you came along and now it's really complete.

MotherHubbard7 says: You're going to start me crying again! If I don't stop this stuff, Rick is going to think I have been lying to him about being able to get pregnant.

Crutchman says: Speaking of pregnancy… did you know Louie Sandusky just found out she is about a month and a half along?

MotherHubbard7 says: No, I had not heard.

Crutchman says: I think she's still in shock, lol. After all this time, and adopting sixty kids, she's expecting.

MotherHubbard7 says: Considering her record, I wouldn't expect anything less than twins, and probably more.

Crutchman says: I know what you mean! Come to think of it, Sarah has been acting a little different lately, having some sickness in the morning and feeling generally fatigued.

MotherHubbard7 says: Sounds to me like there might be another little Wright on the way.

Crutchman says: I'm gonna have to talk to her about that!

MotherHubbard7 says: Well, I had better head off to bed. I have another long day ahead of me.

Crutchman says: It was great talking to you again.

MotherHubbard7 says: You too.

Crutchman says: Good night

MotherHubbard7 says: Good night

Crutchman says: I'm gonna have to talk to her about that!

MotherHubbard7 says: Well, I had better head off to bed. I have another long day ahead of me.

Crutchman says: It was great talking to you again.

MotherHubbard7 says: You too.

Crutchman says: Good night

MotherHubbard7 says: Good night
 


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Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 5/17/2007
Wonderful write, Sarah; very well done! BRAVA! Love how this is coming along; you keep me in suspense! (Good on you! :) ) Can't wait to see how this develops; stay tooned!~

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 5/17/2007
Smooth realistic conversation, my mom had back surgery a few years ago, big decision. But the final result was wonderful, she is like a new woman! Enjoyed!
Blessings,
Joyce Bowling

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