Wynona Judd's husband, Michael Scott Moser, walked for the first time this week since having his leg amputated after a motorcycling accident.
Judd admitted on Monday that it had been an emotional week for her. Since her husbands motorcycle crash in August of last year, she has waited eight months for her husband to walk again. Moser's leg was amputated following the accident; he was given a prosthetic leg in place. It was not until last weekend, however, that Moser took his first steps.
"After eight months of waiting, he walked towards me for the first time two days ago," Moser's wife, Wynonna, 48, told People backstage at "Dancing With The Stars" on Monday. "It's been an emotional ride for me this week."
Judd had been riding on a motorcycle in front of her husband when the accident occurred. Moser was hit by a car and later suffered serious injury; Judd, who was not involved, was left unharmed. She was surprised to see her husband walk again.
"It freaked me out because I've seen him in a wheelchair and using a walker, and he just walked towards me and I was like, 'Wow.' I was so stunned. I saw the wreck, I saw him lose the leg," she told the magazine.
Judd, who has declared in the past that she is a child of God, is currently a contestant on "Dancing With The Stars." She is working with partner Tony Dovolani, although she admits that her husband and Dovolani have a better attitude at times than she does.
"He's so positive," she said of her husband. "I call him Mr. Happy-Go-Lucky. It's really irritating, because sometimes I just want to complain or act tired about dancing, and he'll say, 'But you're moving and you're looking so great.' I'm like, 'Go talk to Tony. You guys are so alike,'" she admitted.
She is grateful, however, that her husband is now able to walk.
"I feel so grateful tonight. I'll go home with that in mind," she added.