I go and hug her and she clings to me and doesn't let go. She lets me hold on to her for a long time and letting her cry. A moment that she will forget in time but for me, I will hold on to this memory forever. My baby needing my comfort.
So say it simple, she was tested and checked over. The doctor did not find any reason for her to have fainted. He strongly felt she did not have a seizure. While we waited, Krissy and I were talking about a sleeping pill her cousin gave her and then she didn't get much sleep. The doctor felt exhaustion definately played a key in fainting. Luckily this scared her and she will not be taking anything from anyone for any reason again.
I praise God she is alive and she is well. I praise God for a good learning situation. I praise God for the co-workers she had with her that night. Her supervisor used to be a nurse and knew exactly what to do and didn't waste any time taking care of her. I am thankful that God held her during that time and continues to.......... It was by far the scariest moment of my existence that I hope to never repeat. And I am very thankful for her friend Emily, I could not have made it through that night without her. I was less nervous and scared. She kept me company and made Krissy laugh.