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March 6, 2017

THREE DAYS


3-3-17

March 4:  Saturday.  With arm in sling, we visited a friend, bank, two estate sales, lunch, and a nap.  It sounds adventuresome but it wasn’t at all.  Visiting the nap was extra special.  G found me a charming pin.  I felt positively liberated by it all.  Grocery shopping in the evening.  Wonderful.

March 5:  A lazy day.  Himself cooked a pot roast….a bit dry but delicious.  Got dressed in good but pull on clothes.  Sunday night speakers meeting welcomed me back enthusiastically.  Powerful speaker.

March 6:  Monday morning.  He managed the gym before work at 0730 while spoiling me with breakfast in bed.  Books haven’t arrived yet, but I am happily rereading Herriot’s “All Creatures Great and Small.”  Looking forward to Friday when stitches come out of one hand…one hopes.



14 comments:

  1. Sounds wonderful to me. You are on the downhill slide in this and should be getting everything normal soon.

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  2. Have a great week of healing! You are doing well by the sound of it! Yay!

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  3. It sounds like you are being well looked after and responding well to the tender loving care.

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  4. Resting up while recovering is a good way to go and being pampered a nice return on all the pampering you have probably done over the years :) Always lovely to get breakfast in bed. Wishing you speedy healing.

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  5. Naps. It's about what I'm up to these days.

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  6. Glad you are home and taken care of, may you heal well and soon.

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  7. Herriot is delightful. Once upon a time, I read his books to Sue at bedtime. We have some his stories put into kids books.

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  8. I remember reading Herriot in my youth when I was feeling very sad. It helped. Did you know he is very popular in Russia? There was a recent exhibition in a Moscow museum celebrating his work. I hope your recovery continues and that everything will have been worth it.

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  9. Get well soon. Thanks for sharing. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

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  10. Hello... I came via Dianne's blog and noticed your visits as I am. I too have been blogging since 2007. I am sorry about your health issues. Learning to deal with one hand would be challenging. .. Michelle

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  11. Hope you are getting a little sunshine today. A little light is good.

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  12. So glad you have someone to help you cope. You set a great example to us all.

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