It was a hectic week this week. A chao. Some of you may noticed that I have been absent and quiet as I did not blog hopping and left comments in your blogs.
It started on Tuesday evening when I flew with my 2 older kids to Kuching. Supposed to get people to come in and do some rectification works in my Kuching house but our time was cut short. Meant to come back to Sibu this evening but something happened and we needed to be back on Wednesday evening.
Hubby had a self accident on early Wednesday morning. He ran into a tree around 3am after drinking session. Fortunately there was a police patrol car passed by that time and called ambulance. Hubby was unconscious that time. Car was in a serious condition as front part was a total wreck but luckily hubby survived the accident with just bruises and 2nd grade liver bleeding. It is fortunate that he wore seat belt. The steering wheel was bent from the impact and it hit hubby's liver and lower right rib. He was admitted and under observation in surgical ward for a day and after a day rest and scans, he was transferred to normal ward the next day. He was lucky to survive it and no need to go through any surgery. Thank god for everything.
We did not know his accident until 7am in the morning. Actually I received 3 missed calls around 330am in the morning but I did not heard my phone rang. Maybe I were too exhausted from cleaning and mopping my house the night before. And only when my BIL called me in the morning, did I knew hubby was hospitalised.
I took care of him at nights, bringing food when he was allowed to eat solid. I did not sleep well on 1st as either the nurses or doctors did their rounds or the noises or ceiling fans woke you up. Glad that we moved to own ward on 2nd night so hubby and I had a better rest. *wink* He has not yet discharged at the moment because he still have tender liver. Probably on Monday. Doctor will only discharge him when he is total pain-free.
As for his car, he almost finished servicing the loan. Actually sometime this year. Now just have to claim from insurance for the damage and it may takes many months to restore the car. Other than his car, he also lost his wallet and one handphone. Luckily I had blocked all his cards and handphone number. Just yesterday hubby received a notification that one of his card has been used in petrol station; luckily it has been blocked.
Hubby was advised not to go back to work as doctor gave him another week rest to recover. Told him to take it light and easy as liver takes time to heal itself. For now, I would be my family's driver till hubby is well and able to drive on his own.
Thank god for the close shave. Really grateful that he was alright and only came out with bruise, bruised lung and liver. What a week it has been.