Thursday, May 22, 2008


What's a "Krispy Kreme?"
When people talk about a Krispy Kreme doughnut, they're usually referring to our signature treat: the Original Glazed. Made from a recipe dating back to the 1930s, our Original Glazed doughnuts have helped set us apart. And if you haven't had an Original Glazed HOT off the line, you need to try one!

So you are probably wondering why I have this on my blog. Well you wouldn't have to ask if you have ever had one of these doughnuts. I discovered them a few years ago when they opened a Krispie Kreme store in Tempe. We would drive there special just to get the doughnuts. Then something glorious happened and they opened one just ten minutes from our house. Well a couple of years ago all of the Krispie Kreme stores in Arizona closed. I can't even tell you how bad that hurt my heart. Especially during the holiday seasons when they have their pumpkin doughnuts. Well the most marvelous thing happened. On May 13th 2008 the Krispie Kreme store by us once again opened it's doors. I went there the other day and their were 30 cars in line for the drive through. I guess I'm not the only fan.


So I know I haven't been keeping you up on Kay's accident but I don't think anyone is reading this anyway so it doesn't matter. Anyway if someone is out there reading this I will update. Kay had an MRI on his wrist. The MRI showed that he has deep tissue bruising. The doctor said this can cause much more pain then the break and takes longer to heal which has certainly proved to be true. Kay started with a physical therapist on Monday and will continue to do that twice a week for six weeks. He comes home from PT pretty sick. Hopefully the end will justify the means. The good news is he can put on and do up his jeans by himself. It is very painful but he does it.

Wednesday, May 7, 2008


So we went to the orthopedic surgeon today and the good news is the elbow is healing well so no surgery there. The bad news is that something is terribly wrong with his wrist and after three xrays the doctor can't figure out what it is but is is extremely painful. So now Kay has to get an MRI and the doctor put a brace on his wrist. The road rash is healing but still painful especially on the right knee. I will keep you informed.

Thursday, May 1, 2008


So I have an update on Kay's arm. We went to an Orthopedic surgeon yesterday. He said the arm is broken in three peices. The problem is it is so close to the elbow it is dangerous to immobilize it for very long. So they splinted it again and said that will be on for one week. Then we go back and have another xray taken. If it is stable and not moving then they will keep the splint off of it. If it is not stable then they will probably do surgery. So pray for stable. The road rash is doing better. The pain in the broken arm is very bad when the arm is moved, bumped or Kay breathes wrong. I had to go back to work today so he will be on his own. Try going potty or pulling up pants one handed. It's tricky. An insurance adjuster cam to look at the motorcycle yesterday. There is a great possibility they will total the bike. YEAH!!!!! Think good thoughts.