Something happened before I went into the operating room that I never want to forget. In the mix of all the commotion and the very short time between when Dr. Richards said we needed an emergency C-section and actually being in the operating room....the first thing Ova thought of was to give me a blessing. Thankfully my little brother was there with us, so Ova asked the nurse who was prepping me if he could give me a blessing. The nurse said yes, that was fine, but he just had to do it while they worked on me because they didn't have much time. Ova and Misi came to the head of my bed, and there were only like two nurses in there getting me ready. They began the beautiful blessing...blessed me that my body would handle the surgery well and blessed our baby that even though she was too young to be born, that she would be ok. It was a beautiful blessing and I cried the whole time. When Ova said Amen, I opened my eyes and was amazed to see the room FULL of doctors and nurses folding their arms and closing their eyes, listening to the blessing, and then they all said amen. It was a very comforting feeling and a surreal moment....and honestly that blessing, and knowing that the people that were going to be operating on me were members, brought me a lot of comfort. I count my blessings everyday for Ova...I'm so blessed and grateful to have a worthy priesthood holder that can bless me and my family whenever we need it. I'm grateful that the first thing he thought of in that moment of panic was to bless me. It really helped calm me down. I'm blessed!