The Lord was with my husband Matt this past Friday night.....with out a doubt.
Now...I know that a christian always knows that Jesus is with us always, but
sometimes, alot of times he is pushed to the back burner of our hearts. Sometimes it takes a tragedy or something hurtful to bring him back to the surface where he belongs and where he should stay.
With a grateful heart, I write this post to say Thank You Jesus for taking care of Matt's life, my best friend, the one that I couldnt even fathom not being able to speak to and sharing each others thoughts, dreams, burdens, we also share a beautiful home, a wonderful marriage that most people never get to experience. Jesus and Matt have loved me more than I deserve. Both are still with me! Thank You!
Matt was in a horrible accident Friday night involving 3 other vehicles. One was a drunk driver. One was a couple of teenagers, and One was a husband and wife.
Matt and 2 other vehicle were traveling in the same direction when a drunk driver crossed the median and hit a car in front of Matt head on causing Matt to slam on his breaks while the impact of the head on collision caused a car to come up over Matt's front bumber and slamming into his windshield and roof. His airbags deployed and glass ended up all over him and embedded in his arms and handsome face. He was transported to the trauma unit in Memphis and later was able to walk out on his own. Praise God!
The drunk driver emerged unhurt....CRAZY, huh?
The car that was hit head on had 2 teenagers in it. The driver was lucky like Matt and excaped with cuts and bruises. His passenger was trapped and had to be airlifted and ended up having a broken leg that will require surgery and I am sure some physical therapy.
The fourth car was the least damaged and they seemed to be unharmed.
All I can say is Thank You!
Here are some photos of Matt's car!
This is the drunk drivers car
Here is the car that had the young girl that was trapped.
Its the one that was hit head on. It was the one that hit Matt.
I love Jesus and I Love my Matt!