Another Update on Yusef's situation

We took Yusef to the hospital and he had all the blood samples taken, more x-rays and they opened a file for him and assigned him a bed.

His surgery is scheduled for Saturday and the doctor said we could take him home and either bring him back on Friday night (tomorrow) or bring him early morning on Saturday - but he must fast from the night before. Yusef is already worried about the not eating part and is doing his best to stuff himself in preparation - insisting on hamburgers.

So far things are going according to plan.

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  1. Khadija;
    Insha'Allah Yusef's surgery will go well for him and his broken arm will become whole again. My 4th child's name is Yuseph also. We are planning on coming over for a visit to Zawia to see my hubby's family. Do you like living in Libya? I enjoyed reading your blog and seeing the pictures. Thanks, Sharleen (Fatima)

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