Sunday, November 11, 2007

in the moment

He was washing windows. He was up four stories. His safety harness/rope snapped. He fell four stories and landed on his head. His motor skills were taken from him. His mind still worked. He has had to learn how to walk all over again.

Never would I have hoped anything like this on anyone, even a jerk of an ex-husband of my dear friend.

Live life in the moment. Take nothing for granted. Tell those you love that you love them. Rinse and repeat.

Mind, blown.


tongue in cheek said...

What a tragedy, an awful surprise.
live life each moment, even when it seems to be taken from you.

Jack K. said...

Sorry to hear about the tragedy.

Love you.


shannon said...

tragedy does seem to be the best word for the situation. mind blowing, too.

Becky said...

Oh, that's so scary. I'm glad to hear that he's going to be okay. I've always wondered if those guys get hurt -- they have a job that I could never do with that kind of risk.

bronxbt said...

it's a horrible thing to hear, to learn, and worse, to have happen to those you love and/or know.

think of those good thoughts, be thankful for who you know and are getting to know... and as yer father says,

serve others and serve well.

*hugz to you and yours, shanny*

StarSpry said...

Wow. That's so scary!

shannon said...

becky, bronx, star-

thank you all for your words. it's hard for me, because this person has never been the top of my favorites list, but i would NEVER have wished this on him.