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I would go numb for you

I know it’s not very sinful, but this weekend wasn’t really about fun sinful activities. This photo is about what we do for the one’s we love. This picture hasn’t been edited and was taken with my phone after almost forty hours without sleep.

My mom was in a pretty serious car accident on Friday. While her car was totaled, she suffered only minor injuries. She was more upset about losing her car. The other driver tried to turn left in front of her (he was cited) and hit her on the driver’s side. All the airbags went off and her seat belt did it’s job. They kept her overnight for observation, but we got to bring her home from the hospital late yesterday. They wanted us to make sure her hands were elevated (she broke fingers on each hand). So we improvised.

Rye's leg supporting her mom's broken hand.

Her hand is in a temporary cast right now until she sees the surgeon on Monday. But as the center console of my dad’s car wasn’t high enough, my leg provided the extra height. It actually wasn’t even that uncomfortable. After a two hour drive it was pretty numb though. She’s more than worth it though. Hope all of you have someone you would let your leg go numb for.

Enjoy everyone else’s much more sinful shots this weekend and hopefully we’ll be back to our old selves soon.

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12 Responses to “I would go numb for you”

  • Dawn

    So glad to hear she’s OK. I know how scary that phone call can be. My daughter was in an accident a couple of months ago. Thankfully she saw what was going to happen and had pretty much come to a stop. She was completely unhurt.
    Hope she doesn’t need too much treatment.

  • Molly

    Glad to hear your Mum’s injuries where minimal, especially compared to what it sounds like could have been the outcome. I hope her fingers heal soon and you got some feeling back in your leg eventually


  • f dot leonora

    i am glad that she is okay, and glad that you are taking such good care of her…xxx

  • Penny

    So glad to hear she’s ok! I know the feeling of that phone call as well. Both of my oldest boys were hit by a car while they were on their bikes on the highway and it’s the worst feeling in the world to get that call.

  • Velvet Rose

    So glad to hear your mum is ok! I know how a bad accident feels I was involved in one many years ago where I had minimal injuries but my car was totalled. Be warned she may suffer some PTSD, mine came on a week or so after the accident. She will also likely have some bad bruising, painkillers and rest are the answer but do tell her to keep moving gently so that she doesn’t cease up completely.

    Sending healing hugs.

    Velvet x

  • Malflic

    Very scary. Hope she heals quickly.

  • Elliott

    Glad your mom’s going to be okay, and it’s really nice to see a post like this. Glad you were able to take care of her. Looks like it must be cold there.

    • Rye

      She was in the trauma center in Toledo and they got 8in. of snow on Friday evening. We had less at home, but it’s still way too cold here for the second week in April.

  • Tamar

    Rye, this was so sweet, reading about you putting your leg out for your mum to rest her hand on. A beautiful and authentic moment of sacrifice for your loved ones, one of many, I’m sure but thank you for sharing this one, it put a smile on my face. And so glad your mum’s back home and (mostly) ok!

    • Rye

      As mothers and daughters I’m sure most do similar things. Hopefully she continue to improve. Surgery is scheduled for Thursday morning.

  • sub-Bee

    I’m glad she only suffered minor injuries, it could have been so much worse. I hope her recovery in speedy.

  • atiya

    Sending many blessings to your mom and family!
    hope she makes a quick recovery and be thankful she only suffered some minor injuries.
    the car can be replaced anytime while she is irreplaceable.



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