Neil was released yesterday, and (for a nice change of pace) he is still here 🙂 No middle-0f-the-night emergencies this time, thank goodness. He had cards to read, and a box full of fun get-well presents (including this pinwheel) to open. And I, as has been my custom for the last few weeks, had copious […]Read More: Home!
And a whole lot of wishes for good health. I think Neil might like our new family room decoration when he gets out of the hospital. It’s simply a length of baker’s twine with a slip knot at each end, held up with thumb tacks. Easy but effective! The kidney stone is still hanging in […]Read More: Baker’s twine and push pins
You have been so kind with your comments lately. I haven’t had a whole lot of time to myself, as you can probably imagine, so I am letting some things fall by the wayside, including responding to comments. Please know that I am reading every one, and feeling so grateful for the moral support! So, […]Read More: Adventures in municipal parking
Thank you for your encouraging comments on my last post. We arrived back home yesterday, and Neil’s healing process is continuing. There are certainly going to be lifestyle changes coming our way, and I think maybe that will make for some interesting things to talk about here. Some of you could probably teach me a […]Read More: The second shoe drops