The one used to summon my nursemaid (husband)
Lucky guy...I only rang it once.
I am finally out from under the anesthesia fog and making sense again, so I
thought it would be safe to post again.
Thank you all so much for the well wishes and the thoughts and the prayers.
You will never know how much it has meant to me.
My husband has been the perfect nurse.
I'm so grateful to him.
Speaking of nurses...
I think they are some of the most amazing people I've ever met.
I know that there are probably some that don't deserve the title of nurse,
but fortunately for me, I've always been blessed to get the good ones.
They are the real medical professional (in my opinion).
Because of Landon's condition, we have spent much of his life in and out
of doctors offices and hospitals. A lot of the time, the one's that got me through it were
the nurses. I have a great respect and love for them and their chosen profession.
I am close to tears right now just typing this, because of the experiences I've had with them.
They haven't even realized what they did for me and will never know the impact they had,
but they will go on giving their service and knowledge to others, without a thought
to the comfort they give.
Oh that doctors could be so wise and caring!
We've had food brought in by friends and neighbors,
and many, many offers of help.
The gift of living in a small town.
I never take it for granted.
I am not one to spend much time in bed and so this has gotten old fast.
I am feeling so much better than I did, and other than adding to the scars
already on my stomach, will be good as new very soon.
No more bikinis for me...LOL!
(the beautiful soldered ornament is from MJ Ornaments)
Donna and I have been friends for quite awhile now and I love this girl.
I don't think I have ever known anyone who is as hard working as Donna is.
I swear, I get tired just reading her posts.
She is always on overdrive and runs circles around me.
When in her busy schedule did she have time to make me the most beautiful pillow
I've ever seen????
A short while ago, she made an amazing slipcover for her settee in her cottage.
Everything I love. Linen and ruffles!
If you get the chance to see it, you will fall in love with it.
I honestly couldn't believe this!
She embroidered the saying,
'and our days are spent...
Laughing With Angels'
When I told Donna that I would like to share it here on my blog,
she was hesitant, but after a bit of begging on my part, she gave in.
It is just to beautiful not to show off!
it's amazing to have this made by your own hard working hands.
Thank you so much sweet friend!
Thank you all so much for your concern for my recovery.
I am doing well and taking it very slow and easy.
I feel so blessed to know you and have you all in my life.